Tour Fingask Castle Scotland. The castle dates from the 1594, and has one of the oldest gardens in Scotland. The terraces and woodland
around Fingask Castle date from the late 17th century. The 19th century topiary, woodland gardens, trees, and the great lawns around the
castle are all worth a visit. Stuart Threipland (1716-1805), the son of Sir David Threipland, second baronet of Fingask Castle, was an ardent
Jacobite. He accompanied Prince Charles Edward Stuart during the Jacobite uprising of 1745 and went into exile shortly after the battle of
Culloden in April 1746, returning in 1747. Bonnie Prince Charlie visited the castle twice. Tour Fingask Castle on a Small Group Tour of Scotland.
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