"Historic Environment Scotland have announced reopening dates for a further 10 ticketed iconic sites throughout Scotland after the sites closed their doors in March due to COVID-19 restrictions.
We are reopening a further 10 visitor attractions in September, after the sites closed their doors in March due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The roll-out of reopening sites will take place throughout the country with Dunblane Cathedral reopening on Wednesday 2 September followed by Aberdour Castle, and Dryburgh Abbey on Friday 4 September and Craigmillar Castle on Saturday 5 September. Tickets for these sites are on sale as of today (Monday 24 August).
Fort George, St Andrews Cathedral, St Andrews Castle and Dumbarton Castle will then reopen on Friday 11 September, followed by Dirleton Castle and Jedburgh Abbey which will reopen on Friday 18 September.
Collectively, the sites have experienced over 1,000 years of history, from Viking invaders to Mary, Queen of Scots."
Further information here