Share this with your friends

Perthshire's only online magazine

Easter fun at Scone Palace!


Land Ahoy! 18th century pirates are set to land at Scone Palace for an action packed Pirate Fun Day on Easter Sunday, 27th March. Budding young Pirates can take part in traditional pirate training, hearing tales from lands a-far, practicing their swashbuckling songs and learning how not to end up in Davy Jones’ Locker! Takes place in the grounds of Scone Palace from 12pm-4pm, with a treasure hunt taking place at 1pm & 3pm.

 18th Century Pirate training includes:

  • Pirate cutlass fighting lessons for children!
  • Pirate school for children – dress up as pirates, learn about their lives, and enjoy have a go activities.
  • Meet jolly and rather drunken C18th pirates, and listen to their songs.
  • Pirate tales and song.
  • Combat Displays will also take place.
  • Splicing Demonstrations

 Dockside Rope and Cord Waining

A fascinating demonstration of period rope will have members of the public entertained for hours.  Using traditional techniques our rope maker will make various rope using his period rope machine.

Naval Cartographer

Linking with trade and exploration discover about the use of mathematics in navigation and how British Empire began to take shape during the period.  Using traditional instruments used by sailors discover about charting the oceans and coastlines, inventions and exploration of the continents.

Pirate Cannon Game - A Pirate Cannon Game will be undertaken for children throughout the day.

Treasure Hunt- This will be held at 1pm and 3pm on Easter Sunday, a search around the gardens for ‘hidden treasure’ with Scone Palace Pirates. 

Full contact details for Scone Palace can be found on our directory>>>

See & Make Comments
To Let
South Street, Perth, Perthshire, PH2 8NY
of the
South Street, Perth, Perthshire, PH2 8NY