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A unique 40-hectare (100-acre) Himalayan woodland garden planted around the steep-sided Crarae burn.
Crarae Garden is a tranquil site, with its dramatic gorge, rippling burn, waterfalls and cliffs.
The garden was started by Grace, Lady Campbell in 1912 and includes a National Collection of Nothofagus, or southern beech, as well as superb examples of Acer, Sorbus, Eucryphia and Eucalyptus.
This enchanting garden was threatened with neglect and eventual extinction until the National Trust for Scotland stepped in to save it in 2002.
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The property features a national collection of southern beech trees

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Opening times

Garden: all year, daily 9.30-sunset.

Visitor Centre: 01 April to 31 Jul, daily 10-5; 1 Aug to 31 Oct, Thurs-Mon 10-5.

Tel. 0844 493 2210

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