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Drummond Castle Gardens

  • 4.7

  • from 760 Google reviews

Drummond Castle Gardens
Drummond Castle Gardens

About the garden

One of the finest formal gardens in Europe. First laid out in the 1620s by 2nd Earl of Perth and enlarged and redesigned in the 1820s. The tranquility of the gardens makes them the perfect setting to sit or stroll amongst the plants.

Opening times

1st May to 31st October, open daily, 1pm – 6pm. Extended hours June to August, 11am – 6pm. Last admission 5pm. Exit gates close at 6pm. Please note that the castle is not open to the public.

Useful details

Garden area

12 Acres

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site

Wheelchair access

Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).

Shops

Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Perth and Kinross, PH7 4HN

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Perth and Kinross
PH7 4HN
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Google reviews

  • 4.7

  • from 760 Google reviews

Jahan Shah

4 months ago

2

Firstly a note of advice... the sat nav will most likely take you to the back of the gardens. Ignore the last turn in (which will say a sharp right- instead go straight and first left). The car park is a couple minute walk but as you're entering a sign says disabled badge holders can enter, so you would think you can park there however, the lady said if you're a badge holder you can bring your car up to pay your admission then go back to car park with your car and then walk - very strange indeed and not helpful for disabled badge holders. For that reason I'm giving this a 2 star. The £10 admission fee is a bit much I feel personally too. The gardens are beautiful. Very well kept and just lovely. Be prepared to walk though! Apart from the parking issue the Garden itself is lovely.

Andrew Yardley

3 months ago

5

Stunning gardens and castle and worth a visit. While you can not go into the castle itself the tower is open and has a few displays around. There’s a great little coffee wagon just inside the grounds and made up for a morning stroll around the grounds with an excellent cuppa. We enjoyed the woodland walk which takes you up the furthest statue you can see on the green strip clearing which you see when looking down onto the gardens from the top of the castle.

Leah Loy

a month ago

5

Feels like I’m in Alice in wonderland! Such a beautiful castle, though you can only see the outside part. I am not sure if they open it to the public on weekends as we visited on weekdays. And the mesmerizing garden is just absolutely stunning and well maintained! Such a great job for the gardeners and the staff. I love how my kid enjoys the beautiful garden. Also, they have a wee coffee shop to warm you up with tasty pastries. This is a must-visit place with your family. Glad we found it just before heading to Kenmore for the holidays.

Daniel Mansfeld

4 months ago

5

Lovely gardens just 5 min outside of Crieff. The garden is in good shape. You can spend 1-2 hours wandering around this place.

Dejan Vuletic

3 months ago

5

One of the most beatiful gardens I have visited. The view from the top is impressive. Every tree has been trimmed, the grass is like a carpet.....

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01764 681433

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