Scottish Tree Festival: Fyvie Castle Tree Trail

Taking place at

Aberdeen City & Shire

Dates between

28 Sep - 1 Dec


Saturday 28 September–Sunday 1 December 2019

A heavily wooded area, Fyvie Castle is home to a huge range of beautiful and mighty hardwood and softwood trees.

Walk around Fyvie Loch and see mature trees such as copper and green beech, oak and sycamore. Have a stroll through the American garden where you’ll see North American trees including Acer pensylvanicum (snake bark maple) and Liriodendron tulipifera (tulip tree).

The huge Picea nobilis on the main castle lawn was planted by His Majesty King Alfonso of Spain in 1906.

Enter the walled Garden of Scottish Fruits and you’ll see one of the most complete collections of Scottish apple, pear and plum trees in the country.

The castle and tearoom will be open Friday–Monday, 11am–3pm.

*Entry for the trail is free, but there’s a suggested donation of £1 per person.

Dates & Times

Saturday 28 September
Sunday 1 December