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Edinburgh Castle Reception Day, Time Changed...

The ICTE management team has elected to change the date and time of the Edinburgh Castle reception from Monday Evening, March 29, to Sunday Evening, March 28, at 19:30 hours.

We have been offered the opportunity for an expanded Reception at Edinburgh Castle on Sunday evening, March 28.  On Sunday evening, the Castle will be open exclusively for those attending the ICTE Edinburgh Castle Reception.   During the reception, special small group guided tours of the Castle will be conducted. In addition, the castle museums will be open to those attending the ICTE Reception without additional charge.

ICTE delegates who attend the Edinburgh Castle Reception on Sunday evening will experience a unique and memorable event.

The opportunity to turn a unique event planned for Monday evening into a truly special and memorable occasion during the ICTE Edinburgh Conference by moving it to Sunday evening seemed too good not to take advantage of. If any ICTE attendees cannot attend the reception due to this change in time and date, we extend our sincere apologies, and we will offer a refund of the Castle Reception fee at the ICTE Registration Desk in the Appleton Tower Concourse during the Conference.

For a unique panoramic view of Edinburgh including Edinburgh Castle from the top of the new Museum of Scotland, click on National Museum of Scotland and then click on View From The Top...

 

About Edinburgh Castle:

Visited annually by approximately one million people -- more than visit any other ancient monument in the United Kingdom except for the Tower of London -- Edinburgh Castle includes much of historical interest. Within the Castle perimeter lies the oldest building in Edinburgh, St. Margaret's Chapel, a tiny Norman building which has been standing there intact for more than 900 years.

The Castle was the seat (and regular refuge) of Scottish Kings, and the historical apartments include the Great Hall, which now houses a fascinating collection of weapons and armour.

Within the Castle, the Royal Apartments include a tiny room in which Mary, Queen of Scots gave birth to the boy who was to become King James VI of Scotland and James 1 of England upon the death of Queen Elizabeth in 1603. The ancient Honours of Scotland - the Crown, the Sceptre and the Sword of State - are on view in the Crown Room.

From the Castle, the visitor is afforded a spectacular panoramic view of the city.

 

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