Where To Find Ancestral Name Products

As well as our shop on Victoria Street, we also have heraldic pop-up stands at the following historic castles and stately homes.

Ancestral Name is delighted and honoured to be a trusted supplier of Historic Environment Scotland. We are currently their only preferred supplier of licensed heraldic certificates. We also work closely with Scone Palace, Inveraray Castle, and Abbotsford House.

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle is one of the most exciting historic sites in Scotland. Set in the heart of the dynamic capital city, it is sure to take your breath away.

Our stand is in the Laich Hall, in the Royal Apartments, where you can visit us all year round.

Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle is one of Scotland’s grandest castles due to it’s imposing position and impressive architecture. Over it’s centuries-long history, it has survived attacks from William Wallace and Robert the Bruce and withstood it all.

Our stand is open from June – November, outside the Palace Gift shop.

Urquhart Castle

Urquhart Castle is one of the most picturesque landmarks in Scotland and an iconic sight to all those who have travelled between Fort William and Inverness.

Seized after Edward I’s invasion of Scotland, it was reclaimed by Robert the Bruce in the 14th century.

Our seasonal heraldic stand is open to visit between May – October.

Scone Palace

Scone Palace has an exciting and colourful history as one of Scotland’s most important stately homes. Fifteen hundred years ago it was the capital of the Picts and in the intervening centuries, it has been the seat of parliaments and the crowning place of the Kings of Scots, including Macbeth and Robert The Bruce.

You can visit our heraldic stand in the Lennox Room, between May – November.

Inveraray Castle

Inveraray Castle is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell and the iconic, must-see visitor attraction on the West Coast of Scotland.

Abbotsford House

Abbotsford is the extraordinary home of the 19th-century novelist, Sir Walter Scott – who popularised tartan, saved the Scottish banknote and rediscovered his country’s Crown Jewels.

Created almost 200 years ago by the River Tweed in the Scottish Borders, now just a short train ride from Edinburgh.