Scotland's Gardens

Culross © National Trust Scotland

 

Culross Palace Garden

Description

Relive the domestic life of the 16th and 17th centuries amid the old buildings and cobbled streets of this Royal Burgh on the River Forth. Explore the recreated 17th century garden behind the Culross Palace laid out to show the range of plants that were grown for culinary, medicinal and ornamental use. Don’t miss the Scot’s Dumpy chickens!

Directions

Off A985, three miles east of Kincardine Bridge, six miles west of Dunfermline. Buses Stagecoach, Stirling to Dunfermline or First, Edinburgh to Dunfermline. Falkirk station twelve miles, Dunfermline station six miles.

Garden Openings

Sunday 18 June 12:00pm - 5:00pm

Admissions

Normal NTS admission price applies, £6.00 for tour with Head Gardener

Beneficiaries

Donation to SG Beneficiaries

Features & Catering

  • Disabled Access

Other Details

Fruit and vegetable stalls from produce grown at Culross Palace.
Meet the Head Gardener. Tours with Head Gardener at 12.30pm and 3.30pm. Partial access with difficulties for wheelchair users.

Contact

The National Trust for Scotland
Culross
KY12 8JH

Call 01383 880359

Email

Website

Location

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