PLAN A VISIT ...
OPENING TIMES & PRICES
Ticket prices includes entry to falconry display, museum and gardens. Museum is open from 11.00 until 16.00 daily
Falconry Displays times to be confirmed.
Opening times are subject to change in Summer season.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused, but the health of our staff and visitors must take precedence at this difficult time. Due to the current situation with COVID-19 Dunrobin Castle is closed until further notice. We will continue to monitor the situation and update our website and social media with as much information as possible.
Dunrobin Castle is closed until further notice
Frequently Asked Questions
Planning a visit? Some general information to make it an easier and more enjoyable experience.
What’s included in your ticket?
The ticket gives you access to 18 rooms in the Castle, as well as access to the Gardens and Museum. Falconry displays are held in the Gardens. We also have a Tearoom and Gift Shop.
What time are your Falconry Displays?
11.30am and 2.30pm every day from the 1st of April until the end of September.
Can we buy tickets online?
It is not possible to purchase tickets online.
Do you offer a garden only ticket?
We only offer an inclusive ticket we do not have a gardens only ticket.
What are your entry Prices?
Do you have disabled access?
Family access - for baby’s?
Pushchairs can be used around the castle grounds but must be checked in at our cloakroom when visiting the Castle. Front carriers are ideal for visiting the Castle, No Back carriers.
Baby changing facilities are available.
Do you have an area to leave luggage?
We do have a cloakroom.
Backpacks, large bags and pushchairs are not permitted in the Castle rooms and must be checked into the cloakroom. There is no limit on the size or weight of luggage brought into the Castle cloakroom. However please bear in mind there is a flight of stairs to negotiate once you arrive at the entrance to the Castle. There is no charge for using the cloakroom.
Do you do guided tours?
No, we don’t do Guided tours of the Castle. The Castle tour is self-guided with information boards throughout. Members of staff are also available to answer any questions.
Do you accept the Historic Scotland Explorer Pass or National Trust Membership Card?
No. Dunrobin Castle is still privately owned and is not a part Historic Scotland or The National Trust. We are part of The Historic Houses Association’s member access scheme and the RHS garden access scheme.
Can you take photos?
Yes, photos can be taken throughout the castle without flash. The use of Drones is NOT permitted in the Gardens or Grounds. (See Drone policy)
Can we take our dog in the garden?
Dogs are not permitted in the Castle or Formal Gardens, except for assistance dogs.
Can we look at Dunrobin Castle Archives?
Dunrobin Castle no longer has any archives. These are held at the National Records Office in Edinburgh.
Do you have accommodation?
No, there is no accommodation at the Castle.
Is Dunrobin available for Wedding/Functions?
Dunrobin is not available for any private functions.
Can we visit during the winter months?
From November to the end of March the Castle is closed, but it is possible to visit the grounds during this time.
Does it cost anything to Park?
No. Free parking is available.
When visiting the Castle Museum please be aware that it contains a large collection of animal taxidermy dating from the early 1900’s. Some visitors may find these offensive.
Helpful Transport Links
Rail travel to Scotland from the south
Shore Excursions and Day Tours from Invergordon and Inverness
Coach and bus travel and timetables in Scotland