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Mary Queen of Scots tours Our tour features a visit to the key places in the life of Mary Queen of Scots tours. This private tour takes up to 4 people to Linlithgow Palace, Stirling Castle, Loch Leven and Falkland in Fife . Linlithgow Palace Linlithgow Palace is where Mary was born in 1542. Next to the Palace is the medieval St Michael’s Parish Church where Mary was baptised . A new bronze statue of Mary has been erected next to the church . Linlithgow Palace featured as Wentworth Prison in Outlander. This royal pleasure palace and birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots Stirling Castle is where Mary was brought to be crowned as an infant. This was her home until she was 5 years old. The castle features the royal palace , rose gardens and Royal Apartments. In the castle Mary saw the baptism of her son, James VI . Sadly this is also the place where she sees him for the last time. Loch Leven Loch Leven recalls one of the more sombre periods in Mary’s life. Loch Leven Castle is where Mary was imprisoned for nearly a year, suffered a miscarriage and was forced to abdicate in favour of her son James. She eventually escaped with the help of George Douglas but went on to suffer defeat at The Battle of Langside, and on to imprisonment in England. Falkland Palace, the favourite retreat of the Stewarts. Mary is thought to have enjoyed some of her