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26 Oct 2021

What’s open this winter

We’re really pleased to have more of our places open this winter, ready for you to visit. Here’s a handy guide to which places are open so that you can plan even more memorable days out.

Ready to head out on beautifully crisp winter walks, tuck into hot chocolates and traybakes, and explore inside our cottages, houses and castles? We can’t wait to welcome you to our properties this winter!

And don’t forget: if it’s an outdoor adventure you’re looking for, our countryside places remain open all year round.

Winter opening runs until March 2022.

Please note that various opening times/days apply to each property. Click on the property name to plan your visit and find its full list of opening times/days, as well as planned Christmas closures.


Properties by region


Aberdeenshire & Angus

Castle Fraser – castle, shop, tearoom, garden and grounds.

Crathes Castle – castle, shop, gardens and grounds. Café 1702 closed.

Drum Castle – castle, shop, tearoom and grounds. Garden of Historic Roses closed.

House of Dun – house, shop, café, garden and estate.

Haddo House – house, shop, café, garden and grounds.

Ayrshire

Culzean Castle & Country Park – country park, café, shop, and bookshop. Castle closed.

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum – Burns Cottage, museum and café.

Dumfries & Galloway

Threave Garden & Estate – garden, café, visitor centre and shop, and estate.

Edinburgh

Gladstone’s Land – house, café and ice cream parlour.

Glasgow & the West

Pollok House – house, tearoom, garden and country park.

The Tenement House – house.

The Hill House – house and café.

Highlands

Culloden – visitor centre, café and battlefield.

Glencoe – visitor centre and National Nature Reserve (until 30 Dec).

Glenfinnan – visitor centre, café, monument and grounds (until 30 Dec).

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