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To accompany the freshly released blockbuster Mary Queen of Scots, starring Margot Robbie and Saorsie Ronan, VisitScotland has created a Mary Queen of Scots map, which shows you all of the iconic locations from real life and from the film.
Walk in Mary's — or Saorsie's — footsteps to visit some of these locations in the map here
You could visit the legendary site where Mary was crowned as a child. At 9 months old, she was crowned following the death of her father James V. She then stayed at Stirling Castle many times, holding a christening ceremony there for her son James VI.
You could visit this movie location, in Blackness by Linlithgow — not far outside of Edinburgh. The castle served as the film set to portray the Palace of Holyroodhouse, which was Mary's main residence.
Have you ever been to a historic or film site to do with Mary Queen of Scots? I have! I've been to her house in Jedburgh that's now turned into a museum, it is absolutely fascinating.