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Stuffed to the turrets with antique furniture, paintings and ceramics, the legacy of generations of Clan Brodie, this 16th-century castle is a slice of Scottish history not to be missed. Explore the rooms, passageways and towers, all sensitively restored to show what everyday life was like for one of Scotland’s most ancient clans.

There’s plenty to discover outside the castle too. The 71 hectare estate has landscaped gardens, a large pond, a walled garden, a woodland walk, an adventure playground and a nature trail with observation hides for watching wildlife.

Buy exclusive prints from the inspirational art collection at Brodie - visit the NTS Prints website..
Did you know?

Deacon William Brodie – the source of inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde – was a descendant of the Milton branch of Clan Brodie

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Opening times

Grounds: all year, daily. Please note that there is a car park fee of £2 if not an NTS member.

Castle: 29 Mar to 30 Apr, daily 10.30-4.30; 1 May to 30 Jun, Sun-Thur 10.30-4.30; 1 Jul to 31 Aug, daily 10.30-5; 1 Sep to 31 Oct, Sun-Thur 10.30-4.30.

Last tour starts 1 hour before closing.

Tearoom and Shop: 29 Mar to 30 Apr, daily 11-4.30; 1 May to 30 Jun, Sun-Thur 11-4.30; 1 Jul to 31 Aug, daily 11-5; 1 Sep to 31 Oct, Sun-Thurs 11-4.30.

Tearoom open 10.30am in July & August.

Last orders in tearoom at 4pm.

Tel. 0844 493 2156

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