An 18th century walled garden developed as a garden of Scottish fruits and vegetables. There is also the American garden, Rhymer's Haugh woodland garden, a loch and parkland to visit. Expert staff are always on hand to answer any questions. Learn about the collection of Scottish fruits and their cultivation, and exciting projects for the future. Check the Fyvie Castle Facebook page for up-to-date information on fruit and vegetable availability.
Off the A947 eight miles south east of Turriff and twenty-five miles north west of Aberdeen.
5 January - 22 December 9:00am - Dusk
Free admission to the garden and grounds
Donation to SG Beneficiaries
A wide selection of seasonal fresh organically grown produce for sale from our ‘Fruit Store’ shop in the walled garden from approx mid-July, proceeds donated to Scotland's Gardens. The walled garden is closed during the Christmas holidays. Opening times are for the garden, check website for castle opening times.
The National Trust for Scotland
Call 01651 891363 / 891266