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Stanley Mills

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Mill Road Stanley, Perth PH1 4QE Scotland
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Outlaw King Tour
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Outlaw King Tour

Travel in style on this Private Tour of Outlaw King. You will collected at your hotel or agreed meeting place. Then its on to Bannockburn the sight of Bruce's famous battle to see the famous Bruce statue and visitor centre. Our second loo cation is Scone Place, where Bruce was crowned King of Scots. Our final location is also Bruce's last resting place at Dunfermline Abbey.<br><br>This is a private tour for parties of 1- 4 people. As well as travelling in luxury we provide soft drink and snacks to keep you going between locations.<br><br>Being a private tour you will also have your own tour guide for the day, who will ensure you have a great a and memorable day on this Out law King Tour.<br><br>We suggest allowing about 7 hours for the tour.
US$580.50 per adult
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Florence E wrote a review Feb 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom5 contributions4 helpful votes
We went with my older teenagers and were surprised by how much we learned from our short visit. Quite a few of the exhibits are interactive, some could be a bit upgraded. It was the end of the day so was very quiet. Staff very welcoming.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Julie B wrote a review Oct 2019
Inverness, United Kingdom305 contributions151 helpful votes
We really enjoyed our visit to Stanley mills, very interesting and great historic information to read, great views and great to see the historic building I would recommend a vist
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Date of experience: October 2019
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FiFord wrote a review Oct 2019
Abergavenny, United Kingdom32 contributions7 helpful votes
Had a wet morning to fill so visited the Mills as it was cool enough to leave the dogs in the car (Historic Scotland not very dog friendly I'm afraid) Interesting site with connections to Cromford Mills in Derbyshire. Spent a couple of hours going around the exhibits and grounds. It is great if you have children as there are interactive displays (although some were not working) There is a coffee machine and snacks available but no other refreshments or cafe available.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Martin P wrote a review Sep 2019
Dundee, United Kingdom269 contributions92 helpful votes
Situated at a bend in Britains biggest river by volume one can see why Arkwright developed this site as a cotton mill as there is 5 metre drop in the river here. The original owner the Duke of Atholl cleared his tenants of potential sheep grazing land so their children could do 12 hour shifts from the age of 9 rather than sail to Nova Scotia.Although there is no machinery left they have done a good job re creating the life of the mill with a well laid out logical tour taking about an hour. The upper floor which has no lift hasn exhibition of Scotland from the air photos. There is ample parking no café but excellent ones near by
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Date of experience: September 2019
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AllanJGJ wrote a review Sep 2019
Wellington, New Zealand3304 contributions1716 helpful votes
It's wonderful that this site still exists, albeit with a number of buildings being converted to apartments. But a fabulous three floor museum is dedicated to the mill's glory dates. We had hoped to see more original machinery but what there was was interesting and there were numerous explanatory boards and some nice audio-visuals, particularly for the children. Friendly and helpful staff. Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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