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Castle Campbell

Castle Campbell

Castle Campbell
Castle Campbell
(image courtesy of Undiscovered Scotland )

Castle Campbell has all the look of a fairytale castle set high among the rich woodland of Dollar Glen. Built on a high mound with steep ravines on three sides, the first sighting of this castle is truly breathtaking.

Essentially a 15th century castle with later additions, the castle was acquired by the powerful Campbells of Argyll as a stronghold near to the Royal court at Stirling Castle.

The castle is now managed by Historic Scotland, and admission tickets can be purchased from their website.

Normal Opening Times

  • Summer (April - September)
    Daily, 9.30am - last entry 5.00pm (closes at 5.30pm)
  • 1st October - 24th March
    Saturday - Wednesday, 10am, last entry 3.30pm (closes at 4pm)
    (Closed Thursdays and Fridays, 25th & 26th December, and 1st & 2nd January)

Very occasionally this property has to close at short notice due to adverse weather conditions or other reasons out with our control.

Please check Historic Scotland's closure page for any unexpected site closures . You can also follow closure tweets from @welovehistory using #hsclosure. Alternatively please call the site before setting off to check they are open.

Normal Admission Charges

  • Adult - 5.50
  • Concession - 4.40
  • Child - 3.30

Tel: 01259 742408

Clackmannanshire Tower Trail

The Tower Trail takes you on a tour of Clackmannanshire's four medieval towers and manor house. Information panels are available at all five sites and you can also download the information leaflet from the Tower Trail page.