Lauriston Castle is a manor house in Foster Bay, Edinburgh, England. Laurieston Castle, built in 1544, is now open to the public as a park and a famous tourist attraction. The Castle basically maintains the style of the original ancient buildings. Suspension bridges, moats and prisons seem to recreate the style of the past. In November 1987, I went on a self-driving tour with a friend's family in Singapore. Try to go again next year.
Lawreston Castle is located in the north of Edinburgh, south of Cramond Road. It was built in the 1920s as an antique building. The interior of the castle is very beautiful, with Japanese gardens and greenhouse art workshops. Behind the castle you can see the sea with a good view.
The entrance to Lauriston Castle is free. Families can also enjoy picnics and take puppies. A small cafe serves sandwich coffee and so on. There are many tour guides around the house. There is a Japanese garden. The Castle opens at 9:30 a.m. every day and there are no holidays.
Laurieston Castle, built in 1544, is now open to the public as a park and a famous tourist attraction.