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Celtic Crag

Holyrood Park, 21 September 2014

Holyrood Park
Ever wondered what life was like for people living in Holyrood Park 2000 years ago?

Join a ranger for a guided walk, where we delve into the park's rich Celtic past to uncover the reality behind the myths. Discover the story of the park’s history from the Stone Age right up to the present day.

Time: 9.00 am - 12 noon.

Cost: Free

Meeting Place: Holyrood Park Education Centre

Route: St. Anthony’s Chapel, Lang Rig, Piper’s Walk, Crags. This may be subject to change.

Bring:  Warm, waterproof clothing and sensible footwear (with grips). A snack and a drink.

Toilets: Toilets at Education Centre

Suitability: Rough tracks, steep inclines, may not suitable for disabled. Although guided walks for disabled can be arranged. May not be suitable for children under 16 years.

Parking: Parking at Broad Pavement Car Park. At the Broad Pavement Car Park. Sunday road closure mean that access to the car park is from Holyrood Road or the Scottish Parliament entrances only

Booking is essential (limit of 20 people): Please phone the Ranger Service for more details.

For further information, contact
Historic Scotland
Ranger Service or telephone +44 (0)131 652 8150.

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