Alloa Tower

Alloa Park
Alloa FK10 1PP

Ancestral home of the Earls of Mar, Alloa Tower is one of Scotland's largest surviving medieval tower houses with an important collection of portraits, silver and furniture; temporary exhibitions from family's private collections. Features of the tower, where Queen Mary once stayed, include a magnificent medieval oak beamed roof, dungeon and 11 ft thick walls, and stunning views from the tower's roof walk - the walkway goes all the way around the top of the tower.

Castle Campbell & Garden - Historic Scotland

Castle Campbell and Garden
Dollar Glen FK14 7PP

Formerly known as the 'Castle of Gloom', this castle is beautifully sited. The oldest part is a well-preserved 15th-century tower around which other buildings were constructed, including an unusual loggia.

Menstrie Castle

Castle Street
Menstrie FK11 7AY

Menstrie Castle is a three-storey castellated house that was home to a branch of the Clan MacAlister and was the birthplace of Sir William Alexander, later 1st Earl of Stirling. The property is over 400 years old. Fell into steady decline from the middle of the 18th century. Museum dedicated to an exhibition about Nova Scotia and the Baronets of Nova Scotia.