As summer approaches, one of Scotland’s most popular visitor attractions, Scone Palace, offers a variety of activities, both inside the Palace’s historic walls and outside in the spectacular grounds and gardens. So, whether it’s a bit drizzly outdoors, or a beautiful sunny day, Scone Palace has got your outdoor adventure covered.
As the crowning place of Scottish Kings, Scone Palace is a place where you can immerse yourself in history on the site of the Stone of Scone where Kings of Scotland were crowned or explore the vast and beautiful gardens which feature a wonderful collection of colourful Rhododendrons and Bluebells at this time of year and don’t forget to take on the challenge of the Murray star maze!
The recently decorated coffee shop is the perfect place to refuel during your visit, where fresh produce from the Palace’s Kitchen Garden is used in many of the home-made dishes. A tasty selection of home baking is also available, including a famed scone from Scone!
This year, Scone Palace is celebrating its 50th anniversary as a visitor attraction by offering all visitors the opportunity to upgrade their Palace and Grounds Entrance Ticket to a Palace and Grounds Season Ticket at no extra charge, meaning visitors can enjoy unlimited entry throughout summer 2016.