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Tantallon Castle

This castle offers views over to the Bass Rock, a history of sieges since its origins in 1358 up to 1651 when it was finally conquered by Cromwell, rare castle architecture from the 14th century, a prison, outer ditch, towers, a huge curtain wall, many artefacts, a warren of stairs, rooms and passages and some would say a ghost from time to time. A must for all history lovers and photographers.

Follow the A198 out of North Berwick for about 4 miles and you’ll find a car park to the side of the road. The Visitor Centre can be found at the end of a lovely quarter mile walk and the castle is beyond this.

North Berwick EH39 5PN Scotland GB
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