Drum Castle, Garden & Estate, Aberdeen
About Drum Castle, Garden & Estate, Aberdeen
Drum Castle, Garden & Estate, Aberdeen - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Drum Castle, Garden & Estate, , By Banchory,, AB31 5EY, Aberdeenshire,, UK
Ticket Price: 13 GBP
Time Required: 00:45 Mins
Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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Garden, Castle, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Architecture , Archaeological Site
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It is one of the must-see places of Aberdeen that speaks about the history of the famous Irvine family. The castle displays the stories dating back to 1323, when the castle and the estate were granted to William de Irwyn by King Robert the Bruce. Explore the castle in your own way and take a look at to the interior décor that has a renaissance influence. In the garden area, you can see beautiful flower plants. For relaxation, step inside the tea room that is set in the castle’s old kitchen. Explore the trails, located in the outdoor region and walk through the woods. A visit to this beautiful castle will offer enjoyment to visitors of all age groups.
Drum Castle, Garden & Estate Opening and Closing Hours
- All year, daily.
Castle, Tearoom and Shop
- 29 Mar to 30 Jun, Thur-Mon 11.00am -4pm (last entry)
- 1 July to 31 Aug, daily 11.00am -4pm (last entry)
- 1 Sep to 29 Sep, Thur-Mon 11.00am -4pm (last entry)
- 1 Oct - 30 Mar Sat-Sun, 11.00am -4pm
Garden of Historic Roses
- 29 Mar to 31 Oct, daily 11-4.15 (last entry)
How To reach Drum Castle, Garden & Estate by Public Transport
- Stagecoach: 201, 202, 203, Mains of Drum, Road End.
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A lovely castle, with beautiful rooms in great condition and richly furnished. The guides in each room are very knowledgeable and friendly. They're happy to talk to you for hours, I suspect, but also happy to let you wander on your own if you're in a hurry. I got a dose of history in the living room, and then skipped the rest due to time. The Library is particularly impressive, but also the nursery. Then you go outside and up into the original tower, which is above the library - quite an amazing sense of history here, in a castle that was continuously occupied by one family for 600 years. The surrounds are beautiful, as is the little chapel. The staff were talking about very tangible experiences of a ghost or ghosts!
One of the best castle we visited in Scotland. It's not too big, but very old (oldest parts 700 years old), the stuff is very nice and helpful. Great guided tour. The garden is worth a visit as well.
Good day out the gardens are fantastic, loved the outdoor wildlife garden. The castle was pretty good, however was a bit annoyed that they had painted one of the floors white to display modern photographs in a gallery and felt it took away from the natural history of the property.
What a beautiful castle,the tea room was under renovation, you could still buy cakes and coffee, but they also have lots of picnic tables and bring your own picnic. Gardens are also beautiful.nice back drop for wedding photos
Beautiful castle and gardens. Really enjoyed the visit and planning to return!
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