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The Kelpies

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A Falkirk Wheel & Kelpies tour.

Experience the world's one and only rotating boat lift and Andy Scott's incredible sculptures with a private guide.

THE KELPIES AND THE FALKIRK WHEEL (8 HOURS)

Kelpies Tour and the Falkirk Wheel. Our visit to The Helix , a new parkland project, sees us experience the 30-metre high horse-head sculptures known as the Kelpies. A Kelpie, or water kelpie, is the Scots name given to a shape-shifting water spirit. It has usually been described as appearing as a horse and has the strength and endurance of a hundred horses. We see the world’s largest equine sculptures, showcasing the heavy horses of industry and economy, designed by Andy Scott  and view the breathtaking engineering and design from inside a kelpie.

  • A short distance away is the town of Falkirk where we find towering above us, the giant feat of engineering known as the Falkirk Wheel Embrace panoramic views from the world’s one and only rotating boat lift and enjoy a relaxing sail along the aqueduct and canal. Experience the interactive exhibitions at this unique and ingenious visitor attraction. Lunch will will be taken at the Falkirk Wheel visitor centre prior to the boat trip. We then return directly to your accommodation or cruise ship.

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  • W Wednesday

January — December

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  • North Ayrshire
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Go-Go Bus Tours is a well established and trusted tour company committed to providing quality tours and excellent customer service. The Go-Go Bus offers you unique regional tours designed to create wonderful and lasting memories of your visit to beautiful Scotland, or alternatively, you can customise your own bespoke tour to include your personal interests. Your driver guide, George Martin, is experienced and knowledgeable, having a background working for Historic Scotland, enabling him to provide an expert service in sightseeing, history, culture, and folklore.

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Complete Guide to visiting The Kelpies in Scotland

By: Author Tracy Collins

Posted on Last updated: November 28, 2022

Thinking of visiting the Kelpies? Find out about these magnificent sculptures of 2 horse heads located in Falkirk Scotland + practical information to plan your visit.

If you are planning a trip to Scotland a visit to see the world’s largest equine sculptures – the Kelpies in Falkirk – is a popular attraction to add to your Scottish itinerary. They are an easy destination to reach from either Edinburgh or Glasgow which makes them the ideal day trip location from either city.

In this article we have included everything you need to know to plan your visit to The Kelpies including answers to frequently asked questions.

Visiting the Kelpies Falkirk Scotland 2 horse head sculptures.

  • What are Kelpies?

Who created The Kelpies sculptures?

How tall are they, do the kelpies have names.

  • Where are The Kelpies located?

How to get to The Kelpies

Do you have to book to see the kelpies, how much does it cost to visit the kelpies, can i join a guided tour of the kelpies, is there a visitor centre at helix park, can you see the kelpies from the road, what time do the lights go on at the kelpies, what accommodation options are there near the kelpies, enjoy your visit to the kelpies (+ more to see and do in scotland).

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What are The Kelpies?

What are kelpies .

Scottish legend has it that the Kelpies are shape-shifting water spirits who inhabit the lochs and waterways of Scotland. While they can appear in human form they are said to most often appear as horses.

The Kelpies are also a tribute to the working horses of Central Scotland . These hardworking horses ones worked transporting goods along the Scottish canals and waterways.

The scuptures of these mythical water horses were created by artist Andy Scott who was born and grew up in Falkirk. Completed in October 2013 The Kelpies have become a popular attraction in Scotland.

They stand at over 30 metres tall and weigh more than 600 tonnes.

They are constructed from stainless steel clad with weathering steel.

Incredibly each of these huge horses were created from more than 2 miles of individual metal plates that were cut and shaped by hand at workshops in Falkirk.

Yes! The sculptures were named modelled on (and named after) two working Clydesdale horses named Duke and Barron.

Horse head sculpture - The Kelpies.

Where are The Kelpies located ?

The Kelpies are located off the M9 in Falkirk – 19 miles from Edinburgh and 35 miles from Glasgow.

The Kelpies are found in Helix Park . This is a land transformation project aimed at improving connections between and around 16 communities in Falkirk.

Also in the area is the Falkirk Wheel which is a rotating boat lift which opened in 2002. It connects the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.

Horse head sculpture - The Kelpies.

Located about half way between Edinburgh and Glasgow there are excellent transport links and options via rail or road to get to The Kelpies.

By train from Edinburgh or Glasgow

  • Edinburgh Waverley to Falkirk High Station – approximately 25 minutes.
  • Glasgow Queen Street to Falkirk High Station – approximately 20 minutes.

Once alighting at Falkirk High train station you have a number of options.

  • Bus – Take the number 2 bus for Bo’ness at Slammanan Road. Jump off on Falkirk Road opposite Falkirk Stadium. iIt is then a 20 minute walk to The Kelpies.

2. Call an Uber or taxi.

  • From Edinburgh take the M9 towards Stirling and exit at Junction 5 signposted Falkirk.
  • From Glasgow take the M80 towards Stirling and exit at Junction 5 on M876. You will see signs for Falkirk.
  • Parking – The Kelpies car park is located near the Visitor Centre. Charges apply but be aware that it does get very busy especially during holidays and warmer days.

By tour from Edinburgh of Glasgow

There are a number of tours available from Edinburgh and Glasgow to the Kelpies. Most tours also incorporate other popular destinations.

  • Loch Lomond, Kelpies & Stirling Castle Tour
  • Stirling, Kelpies, Loch Lomond & Whisky Tour
  • Kelpies and Falkirk Wheel Private Tour

Horse head sculpture - The Kelpies.

FAQ’s about visiting The Kelpies

No they are located in a freely accessible area and can be visited at any time day or night.

The Kelpies are free to visit though there is a small charge if you wish to take the tour.

Yes, there is a 25 minute guided walking tour available which includes the opportunity to stand inside the sculptures. The Kelpies tour start at the Visitor Centre with bookable times at 11:00, 11:30, 13:30 and 14:30.

There is a small charge for the tour.

Yes the Visitor Centre is located in Helix Park near the Kelpies and is open 7 days a week from 9.30 am to 5.00 pm.

There is a gift shop and restaurant on-site so you can pick up souvenirs or have a cuppa. Tours are also booked at the visitor centre.

There is also the Plaza Cafe which is located at the Helix Lagoon. It is open from April to October. An adventure play park near the Plaza Café is a great place for kids to have a run around.

Yes you can see The Kelpies when driving along the M9 motorway.

The Kelpies are a magnificent sight at night. Lights go on as soon as it gets dark (which is from 4pm in the winter months)

The Kelpies look even more spectacular lit up at night so why not book accommodation nearby so you can relax and enjoy your visit? You will find lots of ideas in my Scotland Accommodation Guide .

The Kelpies lit up at night.

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Ultimate Guide to visiting the Kelpies in Falkirk Scotland (top tips)

By: Author Tracy Collins

Posted on Last updated: March 11, 2023

Thinking of visiting the Kelpies? Find out all about these horse head sculptures located in Falkirk near Edinburgh and why they are a must-visit in any Scotland itinerary and an easy day trip from Edinburgh .

Are you planning a visit to see the Kelpies in Falkirk Scotland? These huge horse head sculptures are a must-see on any road trip around Scotland (and an easy day trip from Edinburgh or Glasgow)

If you are planning a trip to Scotland I would highly recommend adding a visit to the Kelpies in Falkirk to your Scottish itinerary. As I mentioned they are an easy trip by train from either Edinburgh or Glasgow so make a worthwhile day trip from either Scottish city (you will find more information about how to get to the Kelpies later in this article)

In this article, you can find out all about visiting the Kelpies – what they are, who designed them, where they are, as well as practical information to help you plan your visit!

What are the Kelpies?

Where exactly are the kelpies located, by train to falkirk (then bus or walk to helix park), is there a visitor centre at helix park, what accommodation options are there near the kelpies, enjoy your visit to the kelpies.

What exactly are Kelpies ?

According to Scottish legends they are shape-shifting water spirits who inhabit the lochs and waterways of Scotland and appear most often as a horse (though they can appear in human form too)

The Kelpies also pay tribute to the working horses of Central Scotland and remind all visitors of the hardworking horses that once worked these waterways transporting goods to the people

Who designed the Kelpies?

The Kelpie sculptures at The Helix were created by sculptor Andy Scott, who was born and brought up in Falkirk. They were completed in October 2013.

How tall are the Kelpies? And how much do they weigh?

The equine sculptures are over 30 metres tall and weigh over 600 tonnes.

They stand 30 metres tall and are made from stainless steel clad with weathering steel. They have been produced using specific stainless steel called aegnor 50, a material commonly used to make oil rigs.

Each of these huge horses has been created from more than 2 miles of individual metal plates that have been cut and shaped by hand at the workshops in Falkirk.

The Kelpie sculptures were part-funded through The Big Lottery Fund’s Awards for All Scheme. The Helix Park was designed and created by Falkirk Council with contributions from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Do the Kelpies have names?

Yes, the sculptures were modelled on two working Clydesdale horses, Duke and Barron and are a tribute to Scotland’s horse-powered heritage.

Are there any guided tours available?

There is a guided tour available which costs (as quoted on the brochure June 2019) £7.50 for adults and free for children.

The tour lasts 45 minutes. During the tour, you are able to experience the sculptures from the inside!

Kelpies in Falkirk Scotland.

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Logistics for visiting the Kelpies

The Kelpies are located off the M9 in Falkirk – 19 miles from Edinburgh and 35 miles from Glasgow.

The Kelpies are found in Helix Park . This is a land transformation project aimed at improving connections between and around 16 communities in Falkirk.

Also in the area is the Falkirk Wheel which is a rotating boat lift that opened in 2002. It connects the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.

Falkirk Wheel.

How do I get to the Kelpies?

We travelled by train to Falkirk from Edinburgh and alighted the train at Falkirk High. There is a bus which runs from the train station to Helix Park.

On the day we arrived there were roadworks underway and the bus was cancelled. We decided to walk as it was a beautiful day when we arrived in Falkirk. 

If you do decide to walk it is a fairly long walk so make sure you have a map. The walk took us over an hour and we seriously thought we were never going to find them!

As we didn’t want the hike back to the station we ordered a taxi which cost £8 even though we were quoted £5.50. Staff at the visitor centre called and organised the taxi for us (the staff were all lovely and really helpful.)

If you are still in the planning stage here are some ideas to help you put together a 7 day itinerary for Scotland .

If you decide to visit The Kelpies by car you will find ample parking. There are 2 car parks. The Kelpies car park costs £2 per car and £1 for motorbikes.

The Helix car park is free but is smaller and a little further away from the Kelpies and visitor centre.

There are a number of tours available from Edinburgh to the Kelpies. Most tours also incorporate other popular destinations of Loch Lomond, Stirling and the Trossachs.

  • Loch Lomond, Stirling Castle & Kelpies Tour from Edinburgh – Explore the land of Scottish heroes and royalty on a day filled with lochs and quaint towns. Visit Scotland’s first national park, see “Highlands in Miniature” and the remains of the imposing Stirling Castle (from Get Your Guide )
  • Loch Lomond National Park, Kelpies & Stirling Castle – Small group tour perfect for anyone who wants to admire beautiful scenery and learn about the heroes, tragedies, and landscapes that defined Scottish history. ( all Rabbies tours from Edinburgh )

Falkirk Wheel.

Yes there is a Visitor Centre near the Kelpies. You will find a gift shop and restaurant on-site so you can pick up souvenirs or have a cuppa. You can also book tours at the visitor centre.

There is also a cafe – the Plaza Café which is open from April to October and located at the Helix Lagoon.

The Kelpies look spectacular at night when they are lit up so why not book accommodation nearby so you can relax and enjoy your visit? You will find lots of ideas in my Scotland Accommodation Guide .

The Kelpies at night.

If you are planning to explore more of Scotland you will find lots of inspiration in my article about my favourite 19 places to visit.

I also have a detailed planning guide for Scotland which includes links to informative posts to help you with this process.

If you need some inspiration for your Scottish itinerary this weekend guide to Edinburgh is a great starting point. If you love castles there are so many to see in Scotland to add you your itinerary. Check out this selection of the 15 best castles in Scotland to visit. 

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Visiting the Kelpies and the Pineapple House: Two Attractions in Falkirk

Posted on Published: October 22, 2019  - Last updated: February 23, 2024

Categories Art , Blog , Cultural Travel , Europe , History , Scotland , United Kingdom

On our two week road trip of Scotland, we saw a great mix of big cities, small towns, beautiful scenery, historical attractions, and so much more. After spending two nights in Glasgow , we picked up our rental car and hit the road.

Between Glasgow and Stirling, there are two very intriguing attractions that are unlike any that you’ll see anywhere else. Visiting the Kelpies in Scotland is one of the most popular places to go sightseeing…and for good reason! We also added a quick jaunt over to the Dunmore Pineapple after our Kelpies tour.

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Kelpies and Pineapple Scotland

A trip to Falkirk is a fabulous idea whether you’re taking day trips from Glasgow or day trips from Edinburgh. There are numerous Falkirk attractions, like The Kelpies, the Dunmore Pineapple, the Falkirk Wheel, the town of Falkirk, and more. While we’re going to see the Falkirk Wheel and the town itself on our next trip, here’s how to plan your road trip to The Kelpies and the Dunmore Pineapple house.

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Visiting the Kelpies in Scotland

Visiting the Kelpies in Scotland

The Kelpies are the largest equine sculptures in the world, designed by Andy Scott . These two horse head sculptures stand 100 feet tall (30 meters), weigh 300 tonnes each, and they’re made out of stainless steel. There are 928 unique steel plates that overlap to give the illusion of horsehair. The holes in the plates allow light to travel through, meaning that they can light up at night. Can you believe that the Kelpies were built in only 90 days?

What is a Kelpie?

Visiting the Kelpies - Horse head sculptures in Falkirk Scotland

So, what is a Kelpie, anyway? A Kelpie is a water spirit in the form of a horse from Scottish folklore and legend, inhabiting the lochs and canals of Scotland. They haunt the rivers and streams of Scotland, usually taking the form of a horse (although sometimes appearing as a human). Visiting the Kelpies statues ensures that you’ll be witnessing the largest horse sculptures in the world.

Horses have played an important role throughout the history of Scotland. Clydesdale horses have assisted in labor roles both on the farm and pulling barges along the canals. Helix Park in Falkirk is the perfect location for the Kelpies as they’re positioned on the Forth and Clyde Canal. This public art exhibit of these mythical creatures honors the history of Scotland’s relationship to horses.

How to Visit the Kelpies

Visiting the Kelpies in Falkirk Scotland

Visiting the Kelpies is a fun and free activity to do in Scotland. Anyone can walk right up to this massive public art display to admire it in person. There is a small fee to park your car, and there is a cost to the guided Kelpies tour. I recommend admiring the Kelpies from several angles, completely circling the sculptures. It’s really interesting to witness these gigantic horse heads from afar compared to the details up close.

Kelpies horse head sculptures in Scotland

While it wasn’t very busy when we traveled to Scotland in April, it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country. Over 5 million people are visiting the Kelpies each year, and I’m sure that the number will grow as tourism in Scotland continues to grow. They’re the largest horse sculptures in the world and an interesting display of public art.

The Kelpies Tour

The Kelpies sculptures in Scotland

Did you know that while visiting the Kelpies, you can also go inside them? It’s only possible if you book a guided tour . There are 30 minute walking tours that explore the engineering behind the sculptures. You’ll also get to view the interior of the Kelpies for an increased understanding of how Andy Scott made his vision into a reality. The Kelpies tour is operated by the Falkirk Community Trust. Visiting the Kelpies on a guided tour takes your trip to the next level.

The Kelpies at Night

Visiting the Kelpies at night is a completely new experience. Even though the visitor’s center closes at 5:00pm, you can walk up to the Kelpies at any time of the day or night. Each evening, the Kelpies are illuminated for magical sightings of these two gigantic horse head sculptures. While we didn’t have the chance to see the Kelpies at night, it’s on our bucket list for our next trip to Scotland. If you can manage to visit the Kelpies at night and during the day, go for it! Be sure to bring your camera to take some epic pictures.

More Things to Do at the Helix Park

Deer at Helix Park in Falkirk Scotland

Helix Park is home to the Kelpies, but there’s so much more to do there. It’s a large urban green space that’s important to local communities and visitors alike. There are 27 kilometers of shared pathways, including a 16 mile cycling route that connects the Kelpies, Callander House, and the Falkirk Wheel. At night, LED lighting illuminates at least 14 kilometers of paths. There’s also a wetland boardwalk to soak up your natural surroundings. For the kids, there’s a splash play area and an adventure play zone. As you can see, visiting the Kelpies is just one way to enjoy Helix Park.

Getting to the Kelpies and Helix Park

Visiting the Kelpies and Helix Park

The Kelpies are 11 miles from Stirling, 25 miles from Edinburgh, and 25 miles from Glasgow. They’re located off the M9 in Falkirk. I recommend renting a car and driving to the Kelpies to have complete control over the timing of your visit. Reaching destinations by car on your own gives you the flexibility and control over your trip.

However, if you don’t have a car for this trip, you can take a tour of the Kelpies from Edinburgh . This tour stops at the Kelpies, Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond, and Doune Castle. You’ll get to see many iconic Scottish attractions all in one day.

Visiting the Dunmore Pineapple

The Dunmore Pineapple House in Scotland

The Pineapple at Dunmore Park is a 25 minute drive north of the Kelpies (9 miles away). Before you continue on to Stirling, I suggest adding a quick stop to the Dunmore Pineapple to see this unusual building.

History of the Pineapple in Scotland

The Pineapple in Scotland - Falkirk - Dunmore Estate

The Pineapple house at Dunmore Park was constructed in 1761 by the Earl of Dunmore to serve as his summer house. Inspired by the pineapple, the center of this eccentric building features an elaborate stone pineapple as its roof. It’s likely that the construction of the building took place first, and the 37 foot high pineapple was later added. It is one of the most unique follies in Scotland, which is an ornamental or extravagant building serving no real purpose.

Pineapples were considered to be the most exotic fruit in Scotland, and they were first grown there in 1731. Within the Pineapple’s walled garden and expansive glass greenhouses, a variety of unusual fruits and vegetables were grown, including pineapples. Taking advantage of a south-facing slope of land, plants and fruits grown within this garden’s warmer climate could flourish.

How to Visit the Dunmore Pineapple

The Dunmore Pineapple summer house in Scotland

A trip to the Dunmore Pineapple (without spending the night) involves a stroll to admire the home and its gardens. When we went there in April, the flowers were just beginning to bloom. Once you’ve admired the architecture of the pineapple itself, wander around the property to the walled garden and surrounding woodland. This would also be a peaceful place for a picnic, too!

The Pineapple House - Folly in Scotland

Can You Go Inside the Dunmore Pineapple House?

You won’t be able to go inside the Dunmore Pineapple unless you have booked it as your hotel accommodation. If you drive up to the Pineapple, you won’t be able to go inside. We weren’t able to see the inside of it. The Landmark Trust has restored the property and transformed it into a holiday home. The Pineapple House sleeps up to four people, and prices start at £257 for 4 nights. Check out the online booking form if you’re interested in booking your stay.

Getting to the Dunmore Pineapple

To visit the Dunmore Pineapple, its best not to rely on Google Maps or you might end up driving around some random farm land like we did. Instead, drive north on the A905 towards Airth. After you drive through the village of Airth, turn left onto the road signposted for the Pineapple. There’s a small, free parking lot where you can park your car.

Where to Stay Near Falkirk

While we visited Falkirk as a day trip between Glasgow and Stirling, you can extend your stay to spend a longer amount of time in town. Here are some Falkirk hotels to browse and compare prices, and here are some hotel reviews by travelers who have stayed in Falkirk. Here are the three properties we personally experienced and recommend in Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Stirling.

Where to Stay in Glasgow: Grasshoppers Hotel

Grasshoppers Hotel in Glasgow Scotland

The prime location of Glasshoppers Hotel makes it one of the top hotels in Glasgow, if not the best place to stay in Glasgow. You can walk everywhere in the city from here as you’re in the middle of it all.

The rooms have a soothing and warm atmosphere that make you feel immediately feel at home. They are spacious and inviting, featuring handmade wallpaper and engravings of Glasgow by a local artist. The king-sized beds have Egyptian cotton sheets and plush pillows for a restful night’s sleep.

There’s also delicious coffee, tea, snacks, and baked goods available at all hours of the day. We had a yummy breakfast to start each day off right, and you can even book dinner at the hotel’s restaurant, too. Be sure to book your stay at the Grasshopper Hotel in Glasgow, and you can also read more reviews from fellow travelers

Where to Stay in Edinburgh: The Glasshouse Hotel

The Glasshouse Hotel in Edinburgh Scotland

The Glasshouse Hotel is one of the finest and most luxurious places to stay in Edinburgh. Why not treat yourself to the comfort and elegance of this beautiful boutique hotel while staying in this brilliant city? If you’re looking for where to stay in Edinburgh, our top choice is the Glasshouse Edinburgh for 5 star splendor.

The rooms feature stunning views of Edinburgh from the dramatic floor to ceiling windows, whether they overlook the city from a private terrace or face the central roof garden. Justin and I stayed at one of the Calton Hill Suites. Each suite is named for a favorite Scottish distillery.

One of my favorite places at the Glasshouse Hotel was the rooftop garden. We had access to the courtyard directly from our room, including a small seating area of our own. The perfectly groomed roof garden showcases lots of green space, plants, flowers, and garden decor. I loved the quirky outdoor furniture in the center of the garden where the chairs looked like giant faces or masks.  Be sure to book your stay at the Glasshouse Hotel in Edinburgh and you can also read more reviews from fellow travelers

Where to Stay in Stirling: Stirling Luxury Apartments

Stirling Luxury Apartments in Stirling Scotland

Stirling Luxury Apartments  consists of two beautiful apartments in a building on the River Forth in Stirling, Scotland. These apartments are inside a low-rise building where primarily locals live and go about their daily activities. We stayed in Apartment One during our two night trip.

Apartment One at Stirling Luxury Apartments is tastefully decorated and styled. The decor looks very fresh, clean, and new. There’s a seating area with couches and chairs that easily fits four people, as well as a kitchen table for four. You’ll find a flat screen TV with many channels if you choose to unwind and watch a couple of shows at the end of the day.

While Stirling is only a short drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh, you can easily make it your base for exploring the surrounding regions, too. You can drive to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs from Stirling for the day. And of course, visiting the Kelpies is always an option. We recommend staying at Stirling Luxury Apartments – check out these rave reviews from other travelers, too!

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Visiting the Kelpies and the Dunmore Pineapple should be part of any Scottish road trip. If you’re making the trek between Edinburgh and Stirling or Glasgow and Stirling, make a detour to check out these two iconic attractions. They’re unlike anything you’ll see anywhere else in the world, and they’re perfect for those who love anything a little odd or offbeat.

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Loch Lomond, Stirling Castle & the Kelpies

1 day tour from edinburgh.

On this tour you’ll have time to visit grand Stirling Castle one of the most important castles in Scottish history. Enjoy the outstanding natural beauty of Loch Lomond with a cruise on one of Scotland’s most beautiful lochs.

Get some photos of the Kelpies, these magnificent 30-metre-high horse heads tower above the Forth and Clyde Canal.

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Tour Duration 08:45 – 18:30

Tour Itinerary

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From Edinburgh we’ll head over to the Kelpies where we’ll get some photos of these stunning monuments. These pieces of art are the largest equine sculptures in the world.

Loch Lomond lies on the Highland Boundary Fault line that divides the Scottish Highlands from the Lowlands. At Balloch you can choose to take a one-hour cruise on Loch Lomond where you’ll enjoy stunning scenery with views of the magnificent Ben Lomond. Inchmurrin Island is the largest of Loch Lomond’s 33 islands and is home to the ancient ruins of Lennox Castle where Robert the Bruce sheltered before he became King of Scotland.

If you prefer to stay on dry land, there’s time to explore Balloch Castle Country Park, where you can visit the Fairy Glen, the Chinese Garden and enjoy superb views over Loch Lomond.

We’ll have lunch within the National Park before travelling over the dramatic Dukes Pass into the Trossachs. The name ‘Trossachs’ comes from the Gaelic meaning ‘a Bristly Place’ and its forest covered mountains and shimmering highland lochs will take your breath away. This was also the stomping ground of Rob Roy MacGregor; you’ll hear tales from your driver guide about this Scottish folk hero.

As we travel through the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park lookout for our woolly, long-horned Highland cows, we call them hairy coos!

Stirling Castle

You’ll have time to visit to Stirling Castle, one of the most important castles in Scottish history, great royal residence of the Stuart Kings and Mary Queen of Scots, who was crowned here in 1543, aged only nine months. With close associations to Robert the Bruce and Bonnie Prince Charlie, the castle overlooks the site of the battle of Stirling Bridge where another famous Scots hero, William Wallace of ‘Braveheart’ fame and his cry for freedom defeated a much larger English army in 1297.

From Stirling we’ll make our return to Edinburgh where your Loch Lomond, Stirling Castle & the Kelpies tour will end.

1 Day Loch Lomond National Park Tour from Edinburgh

Departure & Return

Departs/Returns:  Bus Stance opposite Howie’s Restaurant, Waterloo Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3B

Tour Check-in 08:30 | Tour   Departs 08:45 | Tour Ends 18:30

Late Arrivals

In the event you are late for any reason in arriving at your departure point and as result miss your tour, you will not be entitled to a refund.

We regret that we do not carry children under the age of 5 on our scheduled tours.

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What to Bring

In Scotland we can get 4 seasons in 1 day, so we suggest bringing suitable clothing for all conditions, including a waterproof jacket and layers of clothing.

Shoes that are suitable for short walks on uneven paths and rough terrain. Don’t forget to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, and your camera to capture fantastic memories you’ll make on tour with us!

Most attractions & eating establishments we visit accept card payments, however we recommend bringing some cash with you.

This is limited to one piece of luggage (like an airline cabin bag) with a maximum weight of 15kg per person. For guidance, measurements should be no more than 65cm x 45cm x 30cm / 25in x 18in x 12in. You are allowed one small carry-on bag for onboard personal items.

Cancellation Policy

If you cancel this tour 48 hours or more prior to departure – you will be refunded 90% of the tour price.

Cancellations made less than 48 hours prior to departure – no refund will be due.

Cancellations must be made in writing. For further information please refer to our terms and conditions .

Tour Highlights

Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, Ben Lomond, Loch Lomond Cruise, Balmaha & the Kelpies

Please have a look at some customer experiences with Discover Scotland Tours.

13/03/23 – Alane

My boyfriend and I took a once in a lifetime trip and I am so glad we decided to do this tour. We took the Sterling Castle, Loch Lomond, and Kelpies tour with Marco as our guide. Marco was so great with all the history, the music, and conversation. If you are even just thinking about going on this tour DO IT, and cross your fingers you end up with Marco.

15/02/23 – Kiera

John was a fantastic, welcoming and informative guide. What a great tour – we saw so many beautiful places and learned so much about Scottish history. Thank you John for welcoming my family and I to Discover Scotland Tours!

18/09/22 – Janet

My husband Bill Barron and I had a fabulous day on the Discover Scotland Tours with Marco as our guide. His local knowledge, enthusiasm, and care for the tour participants was extraordinary.  The day was well organized and the sites and experiences as promised. We loved the extra special insight into Scottish music shared through the trip. Would highly recommend this team!!!

14/09/22 – Bernie and John

We had an excellent day out. Michael was very funny and packed in a lot of places to see. So pleased we choose this day out of the city. Countryside was beautiful and worth seeing. Sterling Castle, Lock Lomond, and Kelps. Very enjoyable. Hamish the Highland cow was lovely to see. He was very chilled. Thank you we had a lovely time.

09/08/22 – Liz

I took the Loch Lomond and Stirling Castle tour yesterday with Frank, and it was delightful!!! I had such a great time and Frank was great with his explanations and pointing out sights along the way. It was easy to find him after the tours and his getting our cruise tickets so we didn’t have to wait in line was very nice. The town we stopped in for lunch was a great break!

12/07/22 – Susanne

We thoroughly enjoyed our tour and in particular Frank Mccafferty’s guidance and commentary. The mini bus was clean and in excellent condition. We were provided with adequate bathroom stops and “down time.” The structure of the tour was maintained with enough flexibility to accommodate differences in interests and energy levels among the various participants. There was a nice span of ages of the participants and we were probably the oldest of the group. Thank you and thank Frank for a wonderful experience!

19/06/22 – Emma 

I had a great time thank you! John, the driver, is like a walking, talking Scottish history book which was great! I asked him if I would see hairy coos on the tour and he took us to see Hamish and Honey which I really appreciated.  Thanks for a great day out.

03/06/22 – Anna

We went on the Loch Lomond, Stirling Castle and Kelpies Tour with our guide Marco. The tour was fantastic with spectacular views and tons of photo opportunities. We chose not to take the Loch Lomond boat tour as we’d gone on the boat in Loch Ness on another tour. Instead we grabbed a coffee and a snack and wandered the town. Marco then took us to see the hairy coos, which was a lot of fun and, of course, the area was very picturesque. Then we went on to Stirling castle, which we LOVED. We arrived around 4PM and there weren’t a lot of people so we were able to see everything we wanted to see and get lots of pictures. I highly recommend touring this castle for the amazing views and the history. We’re from Canada and we’ve never experienced anything like this before. It was truly once in a lifetime for us. After the castle we visited the kelpies, which were quite beautiful. Marco was an excellent guide, full of local knowledge and history. He was also very accommodating, polite and kind with all the guests. Thank you to Discover Scotland Tours and Marco for a really wonderful day!

27/04/22 – Laura

A truly enjoyable tour. Our tour guide, Jerry, was most welcoming, attentive, entertaining and knowledgeable. We highly recommend this tour. We learned so much and saw so much of this area of Scotland. Thank you Discover Scotland Tours.

04/03/22 – Corrine

I didn’t want to come upto Edinburgh from London just to go shopping, I wanted to see a different part of Edinburgh hence why I booked the trip to Loch lomand national park, The Kelpies & Stirling Castle.  We had fabulous weather which was an added bonus.  John was brilliant, very knowledgeable.  I thoroughly enjoyed the tour and would certainly use your services again in the future. I would recommend the tour I was on to anyone.

Do I need to purchase my cruise and/or castle tickets in advance?

It’s not required to reserve your attractions in advance.

Your Tour Leader will arrange the Loch Lomond cruise for anyone interested after you board the tour.

Stirling Castle tickets can be purchased on arrival to the castle. If you do wish to reserve in advance then you can purchase entry for the 3.30pm arrival slot on their website .

Can I reserve a specific seat on the mini coach?

Seats are chosen on a first come first serve basis, we are unable to take requests for specific seats. Our mini coaches all have panoramic windows so the beautiful Scottish landscape can always be enjoyed, no matter where you sit.

If you suffer from motion sickness, then you may be affected by the roads in Scotland. They can be twisty and narrow. It’s best to come prepared with a travel sickness preventative, whether that be medicinal, wristbands or another option, to ensure it doesn’t impact your overall enjoyment of the tour.

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The Kelpies, Stirling Castle and Loch Lomond One day tour

Start your tour by visiting Loch Lomond, where you can enjoy time in Balmaha to explore the “bonnie, bonnie banks”. Take a scenic drive through the National Park to reach historic Stirling. Visit Stirling Castle to see the magnificent Great Hall and admire the stunning views from the battlements. On the return journey to Edinburgh, stop to see the impressive Kelpies statues.

Loch Lomond and The Trossachs - enjoy a scenic drive through the majestic beauty of the National Park

Balmaha - take a short walk to savour the beautiful views of Loch Lomond

Rob Roy - travel through his homelands and be entertained by tales of this loveable rogue

Stirling - step back in time to discover the cobbled streets of the historic Old Town

Stirling Castle - explore the Renaissance style of the sumptuous Royal Palace

The Kelpies - stop at Helix Park to get up close to these fantastic equine statues

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We leave Edinburgh behind and head westwards towards Glasgow and the picturesque  Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park .

We'll make a stop in the pretty village of Balmaha so you can enjoy the views of the "bonnie, bonnie banks" over to Ben Lomond. Here, you will have the opportunity to go on a woodland walk that will reward you with amazing views of the loch. Looking out over the loch, the vista is sure to provide you with a song in your heart!

Later we make our way to historic  Stirling , where there is the opportunity to explore imposing  Stirling Castle , one of Scotland's most important buildings historically and architecturally. Many royals have been crowned at Stirling Castle, including  Mary Queen of Scots , and it played a central role in William Wallace's (Braveheart) fight in the Wars of Independence.

If you prefer, you can opt to discover Stirling Old Town, which grew up in the shadow of the castle, literally in the heart of Scotland!

On our return journey to Edinburgh, we will make a stop at the impressive  Kelpies , the world's largest equine sculptures devoted to the horse-powered heritage of Central Scotland and designed by Andy Scott. They also commemorate the mythological transforming beasts said to live in our lochs, rivers and streams, who possess the strength and endurance of 100 horses.

Thrilled by our visit to these famous statues, we rejoin our coach for the journey back to Edinburgh.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can i expect on this signature day tour.

Travelling on a Signature one-day tour is a great way to discover the best of Scotland from your city centre base of Edinburgh, Glasgow or Inverness.

During your day of discovery we’ll introduce you to many aspects of our country: spectacular scenery, history, folklore, nature and much, much more.

Luxury travel is provided by air-conditioned mini or midi coaches and each tour is led by an experienced driver/guide who will provide a live commentary in English.

There are stops planned at the key sights as well as for meals and comfort breaks.

Can you tell me more about the optional extras on this tour?

Admission fees are not included in the tour fare. Here are the attractions that are visited on this tour:

Stirling Castle The Kelpies

The above links will provide you with more details including prices. The tour itinerary has been carefully created to allow sufficient time for an interior visit, should you wish. In some cases discounts are available to tour participants, your driver/guide will give you more information if this applies on this tour. Some attractions don’t accept payment by credit/debit card so it’s recommended that you bring sufficient cash should you wish to make a visit.

If you plan to visit Edinburgh Castle as well as Stirling Castle during your time in Scotland you may wish to consider purchasing a Historic Scotland Explorer Pass . This ticket allows visits to up to 77 Historic Scotland attractions during the validity period of your pass.

How many people will be in the group?

The group size is normally between 16 and 33 passengers, however at times of peak demand larger coaches may be used. 

Where does my tour depart from and return to?

Our tours depart from a central location in Edinburgh’s famous Royal Mile/High Street which is easily reached by public transport.

Full information on the departure time and place of your tour will be shown on your tour confirmation.

I’ve missed my tour because I was late, can I get a refund?

We’re sorry but refunds or credits won’t be issued if you miss your tour because you are not at the departure point on time.

In fairness to all our passengers coaches will not wait if you are late.  

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60 High Street Edinburgh EH1 1TB

Check-in: 08:30 hrs Tour Departs: 08:45 hrs Tour Returns: 17:30 hrs

Child details

Concession discounts apply to adults aged 60 years and above; students and children aged 5 to 16 years inclusive.

We’re really sorry but children aged under 5 years cannot travel on this tour.

Photo-ID may be requested to confirm discount entitlement. 

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Admission Prices In order to give you maximum flexibility admission fees are not included in the cost of this tour. 

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I really enjoyed our tour guide and driver (Mark). He was very kind and explained many interesting things about Scotland during our ride. The whole tour was organized extremely well.

Our Scottish Coach Driver was also our Commentary Guide, he did a fantastic job, his historic knowledge was amazing and his story telling ability was fantastic. Loved every minute of his commentary. Also loved his music playlist on the coach. Sadly I cannot remember his name. The Tour to the Kelpies was amazing, as was our visit to Loch Lomond and Stirling Castle. A thoroughly enjoyable day out.

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My scotland bucket list: the kelpies tour with rabbie’s.

If you’ve had a look at my off-beat Scotland Bucket List for 2017, you know the magnificent Kelpies are a real hidden gem! Ticking them off the list became a lot easier when Rabbie’s launched a tour that takes in the Kelpies from Edinburgh.

This post contains affiliate links which I may make a commission from. Find out more here . Rabbie’s hosted me on this tour free of charge. All opinions are my own.

The Kelpies are a bizarre, yet must-visit landmark in Scotland: two 30m-high horse-head sculptures near the town of Falkirk, only half an hour drive from Glasgow.

IMPORTANT: Please note that the half-day tour to the Kelpies I did from Glasgow is not available anymore. However, Rabbie’s visits the Kelpies on its tour to Loch Lomond and Stirling which you can book here !

Rabbie’s Kelpies tour

The day tour with Rabbie’s starts at a reasonable time and leaves Edinburgh at 9.15 am. The time actually spent on the road is minimal though, as the Kelpies are only 30 minutes away from Edinburgh. After some time to explore the Kelpies, the tour continues to Loch Lomond and Stirling Castle.

Other than Scotland’s usual natural wonders, the Kelpies are made by humans – the perfect combination of art and engineering. They weigh around 300 tonnes each and were constructed from June to October 2013. Designed by Scottish figurative sculptor Andy Scott, the Kelpies are inspired by the heavy Clydesdale horses which powered much of Scotland’s industry and economy, pulling wagons and ploughs but also barges and coal ships.

Their name however derives from mythical creatures of old Celtic tales. Kelpies, you must know, are shape-shifting creatures, often appearing as horses who live in the lochs and rivers of Scotland, luring innocent souls into their realm – they are said to have the strength and endurance of more than ten horses. How could one resist?

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The Kelpies are a hidden gem nestled between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Thanks to Rabbie's Kelpies tour I finally got to tick them off my Scotland bucket list!

During the Kelpies tour we had about plenty of time to walk around those magnificent creatures, take photos from all angles and learn more about their construction in the Kelpies visitor centre. There is a coffee stand outside the centre, but also wee cafe by the boats behind the Kelpies.

The Kelpies are a hidden gem nestled between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Thanks to Rabbie's Kelpies tour I finally got to tick them off my Scotland bucket list!

Why go with Rabbie’s?

This was my fourth experience with Rabbie’s so far, and like always, it’s been a pleasure to come along. Our driver-guide Gordon was a bit nervous upon spotting me and my camera – he had been working for Rabbie’s for a while, but this was one of his first times on the Kelpies tour. If he wouldn’t have said it though, I would never have noticed, because he delivered a perfectly thought-out tour to our group.

What I like about Rabbie’s tours is that each driver-guide brings their own personality to the tour. Being a former UofG-student himself, Gordon told us quite a bit about the city on our way out. A highlight was definitely that he was born close to Skye and a native Gaelic speaker. He gave us a proper introduction to the language (didn’t understand a word) and played some Gaelic music to pass the time on the motorway.

Have a look around my other Rabbie’s tour reviews for more info on their sustainability programme and other tour options!

This tour is actually not available anymore. BUT Rabbie’s also visits the Kelpies on its tour to Loch Lomond and Stirling which you can book here !

The Kelpies tour from Edinburgh is a great way to see a different side of Scotland and explore beyond the natural beauty of the Highlands or the urban hubs of Edinburgh or Glasgow. I might have ticked off an item from my Scotland bucket list – but I already know, that I’ll be back at the Kelpies one day!

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but it;s not the same thing! It’s just a stop not the tour of the Kelpies together with the Falkirk Wheel!

Then you’ll have to give Glasgow a chance and do the tour from there 😉 It’s definitely worth it!!

it’s a pity that this tour is not available from Edinburgh! Edinburgh is full of tourists and it’s not fair that if a tourist prefer to stay in Edinburgh (as we do) we don’t have this opportunity to make this interesting tour!!!

Rabbie’s actually had a day your from Edinburgh that stops at the Kelpies! Check their website – it’s the Loch Lomond/Stirling Castle tour. Also, you should consider giving Glasgow a chance – lots to do and see for tourists too here!

Always a pleasure to have you on board with us! Great piece thank you. – Rabbie’s

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Loch Lomond National Park, Kelpies & Stirling Castle 1 day tour

Tours to Stirling Castle from Edinburgh

Step back in time and discover the legends, landscapes, and landmarks that defined Scottish history.

Tour Highlights

Stirling Castle - Choose to step inside and learn about the most important battles in Scottish history.

The Trossachs - This beautiful region has attracted travellers from around the world since the 19th century.

Rob Roy country - Visit the region where the ‘Scottish Robin Hood’ made his mark.

Loch Lomond - One of Scotland’s largest Lochs. Admire the views and take postcard-perfect photos to share with your friends and family.

The Kelpies* - The largest pair of horse sculptures in the world are made from 300 tonnes of steel.

Your journey

Envision gory battles thrashing against the grand walls of Stirling Castle. Follow in the footsteps of the outlaws that hid amongst the hills of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. And relive the journeys taken by Rob Roy and William Wallace.

This Scottish tour is perfect for anyone who wants to admire beautiful scenery and learn about the heroes, tragedies, and landscapes that defined Scottish history.

Tour Details

Students, seniors over 60, and children between 5 and 15 (unfortunately, we don't carry children under 5 years old)

  • Pack your waterproof clothing and walking shoes
  • If you're planning to visit Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle, it may be cheaper if you buy a Historic Scotland Explorer Pass

Some attraction tickets can be purchased in advance when you book your tour. You’ll have the option to add at check-out. Other attractions will not be available to book beforehand, instead you can purchase those while on tour.

  • Transport in a 16 seat Mercedes mini-coach
  • Air conditioning as standard
  • The stories and services of an English-speaking driver-guide
  • Attraction entry tickets

Leave Edinburgh and travel through the historic grace of Linlithgowshire. Your guide will help you spot Linlithgow palace, the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots.

On the way to Loch Lomond you stop at the Kelpies Monument*. These two horses’ heads stand as a testament to the horse power that drove the industrial development of Central Scotland.

From here you head to the shores of Loch Lomond, which is Scotland’s largest loch and is protected as Scotland’s first National Park.

This is the perfect place to enjoy a walk along the ‘bonny banks’ and take in fantastic views of the mountains. This tranquil area was once the home of Scotland’s famous highland folk hero, Rob Roy MacGregor. By spending time on the trails by the loch you’ll be walking in the footsteps of one of Scotland’s greatest legends.

You then head into the Trossachs or ‘The Highlands in Miniature’, where the Lowlands meet the Highlands. Steep mountains, shimmering lochs, and thick forests: this area is stunning.

You stop for lunch in the heart of the National Park then continue to the city of Stirling where you can visit one of Scotland’s most magnificent castles*. You can choose to take in the views from inside and understand why this castle was so instrumental in Scottish history.

From here our short journey back to Edinburgh passes the Kelpies once again before arriving back in the capital.

*Please note the Kelpies Monument will be closed on Saturday 27th April due to their anniversary event. We will be unable to visit the site and apologise for the inconvenience.

Attractions

Tour Attractions

You are able to pre-purchase entrance tickets to the following attractions at the time of booking:

  • Stirling Castle

Other attractions may be booked and paid locally during the tour.

Do you offer hotel pickups in the departure cities?

The UK and Ireland's historic city centres are full of narrow streets and winding roads. So, to speed up your departure, we only pick up from our central meeting points. What's more is leaving the city using the most direct route also reduces the carbon footprint of our tours.

Is there parking close to the departure point?

We don't recommend bringing your car into the centre of our departure cities. It can be hard to find parking, and there are excellent public transportation services.

When should I get to the departure point?

Arrive 15 minutes before your departure time. Due to waiting restrictions, we can't wait for you if you're late.

What happens if I'm late or miss the tour?

If you're late for your tour, our cancellation policy applies. 100% charges are applicable, and you will not be entitled to a refund or alternative.

What are your cancellation policies?

For one-day tours: You'll receive a full refund if you cancel 24 hours or more before the tour departure

For tours of between two and nine days: You'll receive a 90% refund if you cancel 15 or more days before the tour departure

For tours of 10 or more days: You'll receive a 90% refund if you cancel 21 or more days before the tour departure

For all European packaged tours: You'll receive a 90% refund if you cancel 42 days before the tour departure.

If you cancel inside these notice periods, full charges will apply and no refunds will be issued.

To cancel your booking, email [email protected] as soon as possible. The effective date of cancellation will be the date we receive written confirmation from you.

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Can Itineraries change?

Your tour will always follow the itinerary as closely as possible. Your driver-guide will keep you up to date on the road, and we'll try to get in touch about any large changes prior to your departure.

Can I pre-book a specific seat?

Due to logistical reasons, we're unable to let you pre-book a seat on the bus. But our comfortable 16-seat mini-coaches have huge windows. So, you'll always get a good view.

Are there toilets on the bus?

Unfortunately, we have no on-board toilet facilities, but you'll have regular comfort breaks.

How do you cater for people with accessibility needs?

We aim to accommodate everyone. To read more information on how we do this, click here to go to our accessibility guide.

Do you take children on your tours?

We regret we don't carry children under the age of five on our scheduled tours.

You can ask us about the tours we recommend for younger children. And if your child is less than 1.35m tall, you should let us know, so we can provide them with a suitable booster seat.

How much time do I get off the bus?

We want you to enjoy Britain and Ireland. And we believe the best way to do this is to get you off the mini-coach and out exploring. So, we give you plenty of time to take photos, go walking, and explore ancient ruins.

Why do you exclude visitor attractions?

We exclude visitor attractions in your tour price because it lets you travel your way. It means you can pamper yourself with a luxury lunch or skip an attraction whenever you feel like it.

Do we need to bring our own lunch?

You don't need to. We stop in small towns, villages, and rural eateries where you can choose whatever meal pleases both your taste buds and your budget.

Should I tip the driver-guide?

Let's be honest, our driver-guides would never refuse a cheeky bonus. But it's up to you, and the amount is entirely at your discretion.

What about travel insurance?

We advise you take out travel insurance.

What is ABTOT?

You're protected by ABTOT when you chose to let us reserve your accommodation on a multi-day tour. This means you can claim back anything you've paid us if we become bankrupt. Read our terms and conditions for more information.

I have more questions, who can help me?

If you have any more questions, call us on +44(0)131 226 3133, email [email protected] , or check out our full FAQs .

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Goldman family once went on a book tour to promote OJ Simpson’s ‘hypothetical’ account of killing Ron and Nicole: report

T he book tour was possibly the strangest ever launched: A murder victim’s family promoting a work written by the acquitted suspect about how he would have done the killing — you know, if he’d wanted to.

But truth was always stranger than fiction for those captured in OJ Simpson’s dark, shadowy orbit.

And Ron Goldman’s family learned that the hard way 17 years ago, when they traveled to London to push a book that supposedly contained OJ’s version of what happened that fateful night of June 12, 1994, according to The Guardian.

Simpson — whose family announced that he died Wednesday of cancer at the age of 76 — had been banned in 2006 from publishing the eyebrow-raising book, in which he laid out how he — hypothetically — would have murdered ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson, 35, and Goldman, 25, in one of the most sensational killings of the last century.

But Goldman’s family won the right to print the bizarre “confession,” which Simpson wrote to earn cash for his two kids by Nicole, The Guardian said.

Public outrage over the plot had torpedoed the book before it could land.

But Goldman’s father, Fred, and his sister, Kim, worried that another publisher would pick up OJ’s account of the gruesome stabbings in Brentwood, California.

So they decided to do something about it, Fred told The Guardian.

“By that stage, we had read the manuscript and realized it wasn’t the ‘how-to’ book that we feared — but a confession,” Kim added.

By that time, the former Buffalo Bills running back had already lost a civil suit that found him liable for willfully and wrongfully causing the pair’s deaths.

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But he’d never paid the $33.5 million that he owed to the victims’ families.

So the Goldmans moved to seize his book deal like it was any other asset, The Guardian said.

“The killer moved to Florida to avoid paying the money he owed us,” Kim told the outlet at the time, referring to OJ.

“Florida is very friendly to debtors: his house is safeguarded from our claims, as are his pensions,” she continued. “He declared himself bankrupt to avoid paying us. We couldn’t get any money from him — not that we wanted the money for ourselves, you understand, we just wanted him to suffer — until the prospect of us buying up the rights to his book became a possibility.”

In June 2007, a bankruptcy court gave the copyright to the Goldmans so Simpson couldn’t profit from it, the outlet said.

“Ron Goldman will own Simpson’s name, likeness, signature and story and will hawk it to satisfy this terrible judgment,” David Cook, the family lawyer, said after the ruling. “Justice has arrived in Miami.”

Kim echoed similar thoughts in the book’s preface, which she wrote.

“He had worked hard on this book, and thought he would retire off of it, and we took it right out from under him,” she wrote. “He had escaped our reach for nearly 11 years, but not this time.”

Simpson’s name was stricken from the piece he authored, replaced by a credit to the Goldman family, The Guardian said.

And they changed the look of the book’s title.

It had originally been named, “If I Did It, Here’s How It Happened.” But the Goldmans faded the word “if” to make it barely legible, while the words “I did it” were printed in bright pink, the outlet added.

They also tacked on a subtitle: “Why OJ Simpson’s Confession Must Not Remain a Secret.”

The Goldmans said they weren’t going to profit from the book, which goes into creepily detailed accounts of what “might” have led up to the pair’s savage killing.

“He wrote it as a cynical exercise to make money,” Fred told the outlet. “We’re publishing it to turn his words against him, to show to anybody who’s sitting on the fence about this case that he was responsible for the murder of Ron and Nicole.”

Ironically, 10% of the sales were slated to go to OJ to help lessen his bankruptcy burden — Kim said it was a tenet of the agreement.

The remaining proceeds were to go to charity — including foundations set up in both victims’ names that were meant to help victims of domestic violence.

“I do personally feel that I would let Ron down if I didn’t pursue this,” his dad told The Guardian.

“Ron deserved justice, and he deserved to live. We couldn’t get justice in the criminal trial, so this is the best we can do.”

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Some 200 Barbie fans braved a hard rain on Wednesday evening as they made their way to the Rizzoli bookstore in Manhattan for the release of a coffee-table book celebrating the doll’s fashion history.

Inside, some took off their raincoats to reveal pink skirts, scarves, sweaters and blazers. Before a panel discussion began, they helped themselves to pink velvet cupcakes and rosé.

Two friends in the crowd, Carol Torre and Anahy Antara, reflected on their fandom.

“I don’t really know much about the book,” Ms. Torre, an accountant, said. “I’m just here because I love Barbie.”

“I’ve been hitting thrift shops to try to pull off Barbie’s style ever since the movie came out,” Ms. Antara, a university administrator, added. “The truth is, lots of us still want to be Barbie. Sure, I’m all for bra-burning and feminism, but I still want to be like her.”

Published by Rizzoli and authored by Margot Robbie and her stylist, Andrew Mukamal , “ Barbie: The World Tour ” explores the Mattel doll as a style icon. Its pages are filled with portraits of Ms. Robbie, the star of Greta Gerwig’s blockbuster film, wearing outfits including a Givenchy dress inspired by Gay Parisienne Barbie , and a Miu Miu ensemble recalling Evening Splendor Barbie .

Fabien Baron art-directed the project, and the fashion spreads were photographed by Craig McDean . The book also includes handwritten tributes on Barbie’s cultural influence from designers like Donatella Versace and Manolo Blahnik.

The evening’s talk, moderated by the journalist Esther Zuckerman, featured Mr. Mukamal, Mr. Baron and Mr. McDean.

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Mr. Mukamal said the book was conceived as a way to show off looks that never made it to red carpets, because of the monthslong actors’ strike that cut into Ms. Robbie’s global press tour for “ Barbie .”

“That lit the fire under Margot and I to say, ‘OK, well, we have all these looks that we’ve prepared, all these designers and brands that have lent their genius to our vision,’” Mr. Mukamal said. “‘How can we do something to make sure that this is all visible and commemorated somewhere?’”

After reminiscing about cutting the hair of Barbie dolls with his sister as a boy, Mr. Baron said that he had included archival snippets of the doll’s history in the book as a way to give it a “collage vibe.” “Rather than just having pictures of Margot,” he said, “I wanted it to feel like a diary, something that she could have penned herself. That’s why there’s handwriting everywhere.”

During the Q. and A. session, one fan asked why the book didn’t include outfits from the “ Dolls of the World ” Barbie collection.

“There’s a lot of room for misinterpretation if, say, Margot is wearing a kimono or something,” Mr. Mukamal said. “Barbie is transformative enough, but there’s people out there who might interpret that a little bit incorrectly.”

Then the three panelists — who all wore black — sat at a table covered in pink sequins to sign books.

In the crowd was Sally Singer , a former Vogue editor and the newly minted president of Art + Commerce at William Morris Endeavor’s fashion division.

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“Some of the most eccentric people I know are Barbie fans, and many people on the fringes of fashion have always used Barbie as an incubator for their creativity,” Ms. Singer said. “I’ve always seen her as a kind of companion to self-creative, singular and avant-garde people.”

Michelle Mackliff, a fashion consultant, had brought along a Barbie doll from her own collection that was still in its box: a 1995 Donna Karan New York limited edition Bloomingdale’s Barbie. As she waited in line to have her book signed, other fans gathered to ogle the chicly outfitted doll, which held a miniature Big Brown Bag from the Manhattan department store.

“I’ve been thinking lots recently about why I love Barbie so much,” Ms. Mackliff said. “I guess it’s because I first started dreaming about what was possible with my life because of her. She was my first feminist symbol.”

“I still remember getting my first Barbie as a girl for Christmas when I was growing up in Ecuador,” she added. “And you know what? I still have that doll to this day.”

Alex Vadukul is a features writer for the Styles section of The Times, specializing in stories about New York City. More about Alex Vadukul

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