Drummond Castle Gardens is one of Europe's and Scotland's most important and impressive formal gardens. Located in Perthshire near Crieff, it dates back to the 17th Century. The gardens were redesigned and terraced in the 19th Century. The formal gradens that you see today were replanted in the 1950s but preserve many of the original features, the ancient yew hedges and the remaining beech tree planted by Queen Victoria, commemorating her visit in 1842.
The Formal Gardens have featured in many films and adverts, most notably in the United Artist feature film Rob Roy. Visitors are welcome to visit the gardens, although the castle remains closed to the public.
Private group tours with one of our guides can be arranged. There is more information on the group visits page or contact the castle. Tours last about an hour and then you are free to stay in the garden and enjoy the surroundings. This group...
It's been lovely to have the newly restored obelisk sundial back in place this summer. Watch a video here.
It has 68 facets, 85 shadow gnomons and measures time in 131 different ways. Created in 1630 by Lord Drummond, 2nd Earl of Perth and Master Mason...
Report courtesy of Strathearn Herald (15/8/2019)
£5k rains down on charities after successful event
There was a wet start to Drummond Castle Gardens Charity Open Day on Sunday, August 4, but that didn't stop visitors from enjoying the scores of activities on offer in the beautiful surroundings.
18 August, 2019