Perthshire offers so much to the visitor from its awe-inspiring scenery and stunning views as you wander through forests and woodlands. Tee off on some of the oldest and most prestigious golf courses in the world. The region is also know for its film locations and its one of the places where Outlander was filmed. With so much to see and do visitors from far and wide are visiting the region.
Scone Palace is a Category A listed historic house and 5 star tourism attraction near the village of Scone and the city of Perth, Scotland. Built of red sandstone with a castellated roof, it is one of the finest examples of late Georgian Gothic style in the United Kingdom
A visit to Scone Palace would be incomplete without enjoying the wider estate and Palace grounds including the stunning open gardens, they are as splendid as the Palace itself and together form a great day out in Perthshire.
Why not visit their Servants’ Hall Coffee Shop situated at the end of the hall on the lower level. Here you will find our menu inspired by fresh, local produce, including ingredients from our Kitchen Garden. Scroll to the foot of the page, where you can download our latest menu.
Open daily from 1 April – 31 October with some exceptions for events.
May – September, gates open at 9.30am with the last admission at 5.00pm.
March, April and October, gates open at 10.00am with the last admission at 4.00pm.
Please visit their What’s On pages for event details.
Call Scone Palace on 01738 552300
If you would like to fish the River Tay please contact FishTay on (+44) 01573 470612 or visit the website FishTay We have fishing for all abilities on the site from beginners days including equipment to fishing permits for anglers who have everything.