The castle has been restored to reveal what everyday life was like for the Brodie laird and his family. The rooms feature the finest antique furniture, works of art and irreplaceable ceramics collected by generations of Brodies.
Outside, there are beautifully landscaped gardens with a large pond, a woodland walk, an adventure playground and a nature trail with hides for watching wildlife, including red squirrels and woodpeckers.
Enjoy delicious home baking in the tearoom, which also serves lunches, and take home a souvenir from our gift shop.
If you'd like to really experience life in the castle, the Laird's Wing, home of the last clan chief, is available as luxury holiday accommodation. There are also two charming cottages in the grounds.
Parking is available at the castle (£2 charge for non-NTS members).
Regular tours of Brodie Castle are led by friendly, knowledgeable guides.
For school and group visits, please contact the property directly.
If you have time, why not visit Boath Doocot, just 4 miles from Brodie Castle. The doocot was built in the 17th century to house nesting boxes for the pigeons which supplemented the diet of the Dunbar family of nearby Boath Estate. The key can be obtained by prior arrangement with Brodie Castle.
Disabled passengers can be dropped off at the front door. The ground floor of the castle is accessible with assistance and chairs are available in most rooms.
There is a stairclimber to the first floor (please book 24 hours in advance), a manual wheelchair is available (pre-bookable) and there are accessible toilets.
The path around the pond and the woodland paths are suitable for wheelchairs and mobility scooters.
Large-print information sheets are available.
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