One of the finest formal gardens in Europe
The gardens were first laid out in the early 17th century by John Drummond, the 2nd Earl of Perth. They were enlarged and redesigned in the 19th century.
The gardens you see today were replanted after the Second World War. Preserving features such as the old yew hedges and the copper beech tree planted by Queen Victoria to commemorate her visit in 1842.
Please note: the Castle is not open.
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