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Magical Day Tour for Kids
Whether you want to plan your day tour and the places you visit around the children, or simply want a guide who will engage with them, tailor stories to suit your their age group and ensure they enjoy the locations as much as you do, we have the experience to provide such tours, from babies to young adults we know how to keep them engaged.
Magical Day Tour For Kids Includes...
When creating a tour tailored to children it is always best to plan it with the specific group in mind.
We will ask a few questions to ensure we pick the best locations suitable for your children's abilities & age group.
While on tour your guide will have stories, games and the energy to keep the kids and adults entertained all day.
What is included in the tour.
Pick up & drop off at your accommodation
Private transport & guiding for up to 8 guests
Entrance fees into attractions (Optional)
All travel costs
Dedicated private tour guide
Snacks and Scotch Whisky taster (Adults only)
Guiding included within attractions
Not included in the tour.
Private Magical Day Tour For Kids = £595
These prices are per group (of up to 8), not per person.
*Price quoted excludes visitor attractions. Please contact us with your group size for a fully inclusive quotation.
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Ideas to consider when designing a bespoke day tour with kids in mind.
Stirling Distillery is a small-batch, single malt whisky distillery located in the heart of Stirling, Scotland. Founded in 2018, the distillery produces a variety of whiskies, including a core range of three expressions: Stirling Single Malt Whisky, Stirling Single Malt Whisky Cask Strength, and Stirling Single Malt Whisky Peated. The distillery also offers a range of limited-edition and exclusive bottlings. Stirling Distillery's whiskies are known for their complex flavour profiles.
The Beheading Stone in Stirling, Scotland is a lump of stone thought to have been used as a chopping block for executions in the 15th century. It is now on display on Mote Hill, overlooking Stirling Bridge.
The Kelpies are two 30-metre-high horse-head sculptures located in The Helix, Falkirk, Scotland. They are the largest equine sculptures in the world and depict kelpies, mythical water spirits that can shapeshift into horses.
Deanston Distillery is a Highland single malt whisky distillery located in Deanston, Scotland. It is housed in a former cotton mill and is known for its waxy, honeyed whiskies. Deanston Distillery was founded in 1965 and is owned by Distell.
Doune Castle is a 14th-century medieval castle near the village of Doune, in the Stirling council area of central Scotland. It was built by Robert Stewart, 1st Duke of Albany, and was used as a royal residence, hunting lodge, and dower house.
Blackness Castle is a 15th-century fortress located on the Firth of Forth, near the town of Blackness in Scotland. It was built by George Crichton, 4th Earl of Caithness, and was used as a royal residence, prison, and garrison.
David Stirling (1915-1990) was a Scottish officer in the British Army who founded the Special Air Service (SAS). He led the SAS in hit-and-run raids behind enemy lines during World War II, and was captured and escaped multiple times. Stirling was a highly decorated soldier and is considered to be one of the most influential figures in the history of special forces.
Torphichen Preceptory is a 12th-century church in Torphichen, Scotland, that was the headquarters of the Knights Hospitaller in Scotland. It is a notable example of Gothic architecture and features a well-preserved interior with painted walls and vaulted ceilings.
Cairnpapple is a prehistoric ritual site in West Lothian, Scotland, that was used for over 4,000 years. It is home to a complex of monuments, including a henge, stone circle, and burial cairns.