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Try to imagine what it would have been like

Despite what I had heard, it wasn't hard to find the castle. Just turn on Pier Road just north of... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2017
lizardtiff
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Sarasota, Florida
Very nice and unexplored Place

This place is nearly unexplored and full of secrets. So it activate your imagination. Nearby is a... read more

Reviewed 18 May 2017
wobema
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Aspach, Deutschland
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14 Aug 2017
“Try to imagine what it would have been like”
18 May 2017
“Very nice and unexplored Place”
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Kilin, Scotland
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Reviewed 14 August 2017

Despite what I had heard, it wasn't hard to find the castle. Just turn on Pier Road just north of the main village of Killin (with 2 L's). Before you get to Loch Tay you can see a sign just inside the forest (next to...More

Thank lizardtiff
Reviewed 18 May 2017

This place is nearly unexplored and full of secrets. So it activate your imagination. Nearby is a graveyard. It is worthy to visit this lonesome place because it is in private ownership and access is usually not allowed and for your own risk. For this...More

Thank wobema
Reviewed 5 September 2016

Well worth a short visit if you're in the area. The kids loved exploring the ruins. As others have mentioned there is no supervision on the site and it is potentially dangerous. I wouldn't let very young children wander around on their own there. We...More

Thank Daniel R
Reviewed 15 June 2016

Great set of ruins hidden just off the beaten path! Free parking just across from the cemetery and about a 1 min walk to the ruins. Great photo opps here as well.

Thank worldtravelingmilfam
Reviewed 2 August 2015

The castle's most mysterious feature can be found just outside its north wall. Here there is a stone lined rectangular pit. This, almost certainly, served as a water storage tank to hold water running off the roof of the castle in the absence of a...More

Thank berylchigley
Reviewed 24 November 2014

We walked along the old railway path from Killin and made a small detour to finlarig Castel ruins. built in 1729 it had a weirdly gloomy atmosphere - something to do with the gallows tree and the beheading pit perhaps

1  Thank Mollster2015
Reviewed 30 August 2014

These castle ruins are off the beaten path, but so worth it. They are on private property so they are not cared for by the Scottish government or any historical society, and are slowly being reclaimed by nature. You have the freedom to explore the...More

2  Thank Amanda M
Reviewed 2 November 2013

We heard about these ruins when exploring the area and were pleasantly surprised when we finally found them. It is not a manned attraction and literally a bunch of ruins in the forested area, which has its benefits because you have complete freedom to climb...More

3  Thank Posteritas
Reviewed 22 October 2009

Whilst in Scotland in September 2009,i decided to visit Killin and the castle ruins of Finlarig Castle. The castle is situated just outside of Killin village,a right turn is taken by the Killin Hotel,follow the road to the end and you will see a parking...More

5  Thank PhilfromCheshire
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