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Sat, 23rd Oct @ 11:00 - 13:30

Footsteps through Time and Place – A Guided Walk on Falkland Estate

Falkland Centre for Stewardship
  • Falkland Centre for Stewardship
  • The Stables
  • Falkland Estate
  • Falkland
  • Cupar and North Fife
  • KY15 7AF
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Explore Falkland Estate with a dedicated walking guide.  Our experienced walking guide  will show you lesser-known routes and the delightful sights and discoveries that offers.

Falkland Estate is popular for walking but few people know where to go to explore the hidden secrets that reveal insights into what was the original Royal Hunting Ground of the Stewart Monarchs, the place where Mary Queen of Scots learned Falconry, and the site of an Iron Age Hill Fort.

Tickets available below 

£25 per person

Tickets include a hot drink and a scone at the beautiful Garden Café looking on to the iconic East Lomond Hill on arrival.

Spaces are limited to a maximum of 10.  

Things to know:

  • Meet at the front of the Stables building on Falkland Estate
  • Coffee and scone served before the walk
  • Walk will be 2 to 2 and half hours long and will be of reasonable pace
  • Wear comfortable footwear for walking and clothing suitable for the weather
  • Bring water to stay hydrated out on the walk
  • No dogs are permitted on these guided walks. You may encounter other dogs whilst walking on Falkland Estate
  • Car parking is available at either the Stables Car park (adjacent to the Stables Building, accessed through the village) and at the Forest of Falkland entrance (off the A912 – there is a short walk signposted to the Stables Building from here)
  • In the case of severe weather, the walk will be rescheduled
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