Scotland's Backyard Castles – Ravenscraig Castle in Fife | Dig It! TV





Exploding canons, revolutionary architecture and a queenly patron; this backyard castle has it all! Join Dig It! TV and The Castle Hunter as they advance upon the formidable entrance to Ravenscraig Castle near Kirkcaldy, Fife. A design of epic proportions, this impressive royal residence turned imposing fortress has defended its inhabitants from deadly sieges, and even features in Walter Scott’s epic poem, ‘Lay of the Last Minstrel’.
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Credits:

Host – David Weinczok
Director of Photography – Doug Rocks-Macqueen
Production Assistant – Jeff Sanders
Edited by Chris Mackinnon
Music – ‘Draw Them to the Water’ by Hawksilver
Supported by the Castle Studies Trust and Archaeology Scotland

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**EDIT** The credits roll for this video features a special thanks to East Lothian Council – this is an error. This video was supported by Archaeology Scotland and Castle Studies Trust.



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Scotland's Backyard Castles – Ravenscraig Castle in Fife | Dig It! TV

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