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The magnificent 17th century Drumlanrig Castle boasts over 40 acres of beautiful gardens and offers a range of of activities for the whole family. Set in the 120,000 acre Queensberry Estate, complete with a country park and Victorian gardens, this 17th century castle is one of the most important Renaissance buildings in the country. The Dumfriesshire home of the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch, Drumlanrig Castle with its magnificent rooms and spectacular collections of silver, porcelain, French furniture and art - including Rembrandt's Old Woman Reading - is perhaps one of the most rewarding and romantic of Scotland's great houses.

Drumlanrig Castle
Thornhill
DG3 4AQ Thornhill

Museum type(s)

History & Anthropology

Topics

Unknown.

Visitor information

Opening hours

Gardens and Country Estate (including adventure playground)
1st April – 30th September (Except 22nd – 24th May): 10am – 5pm

Castle
10th April – 13th April inclusive
8th May – 10th May inclusive
1st July – 31st August inclusive

Guided tours start from 11am, with the last tour at 4pm (approx. 1 hour).

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Admission

Gardens, tearoom, cafe, shop, adventure playground, walks, cycle and mountain bike trails.
Adult: £6.00
Adult Concession (60+): £4.50
Child (5-16): £3.50
Under 5s: Free
Family (2 Adults + 3 Children): £16.00

Castle, Gardens & Parkland
Adult: £12.00
Adult Concession (60+): £10.00
Child (5-16): £6.00
Under 5s: Free
Family (2 Adults + 3 Children): £36.00

Country Estate Season Pass
Individual pass / Mountain Biking Pass: £20.00
Family pass (2 adults & 3 children): £35.00

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Facilities

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Location

Thornhill, Thornhill, Scotland

Exhibitions

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