Historic Scotland and National Trust passes
Posted by Nancy S. on 06/05/2014
May 12-19 we will be in Edinburgh (one of the days with a Rabbie's St Andrews tour) then off on Rabbie's 9 day Skye and Orkneys, Hebrides trip finishing with 4 days in Glasgow. I've tried to determine if we would benefit from purchasing either of the passes. It's very confusing. And since we planned the trip last October the US$ has taken a beating. Any help would be much appreciated. We love gardens....what's blooming now? The forecast looks like raingear and warm sweaters (jumpers?) should be the clothing focus. We're excited to visit Scotland. Thanks again.
Reply to: Historic Scotland and National Trust passes
Posted By: vahri@rabbies on 09/05/2014
Hello Nancy, The properties that are part of Historic Scotland which you may want to visit on your tours would be as follows: St Andrews Cathedral and Castle ticket-£7.20 Iona Abbey-£7.10 Skara Brae-£7.10 Maeshowe-£5.50 (extra Edinburgh castle-£16.00) if you were to do the ones on tour plus Edinburgh castle/Stilring castle then it would be worth getting the 7 day pass which can be used up to 14 days. Hopefully this may help you in your decision a little.