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.
1st April to 31st October 2018
April, May, & October
Monday to Sunday 10.30am - 16.30pm Last entry 16.00pm
June, July, August & September
Monday to Sunday 10.00am - 17.00pm Last entry 16.30pm
Museum is open from 11.00 until 16.00 daily
Falconry displays are at 11.30am and 2.00pm daily from 1st April to the 30th September
Adults £11.50 OAP's £9.50
Children £7.00 Student £9.50
Family £34.00 (2 Adults + up to 3 Children)
Groups (minimum of 10 people)
Group Adults £9.00 Group Concessions £8.00
Group Child £6.00
These rates also include entry to the museum and gardens.
Dunrobin Castle is 50 miles North of Inverness on the A9, 1/2 mile North of Golspie. There is parking for 200 cars and 10 coaches.
Scotland, KW10 6SF
Please note that Dunrobin Castle is a historic building. As a consequence, there are a number of areas where access is not possible for visitors using a wheelchair or with limited mobility. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to discuss any accessibility issues further before your visit. Wheelchair access to the gardens can be arranged on request.
SHOP AND TEA ROOM
A visit to our popular Tea Room is a must to sample a bowl of hearty home made soup or some freshly prepared sandwiches. We also offer a deliciously wholesome hot meal, tempting homemade cakes and pastries, and local ice creams.
The Dunrobin Gift Shop offers visitors a great choice of quality Scottish crafts and woollens, including hats, scarves, hand bags, toiletries, postcards, as well as many other souvenirs. You’ll be sure to find that perfect gift for friends and family or to take home as a reminder of your day at Dunrobin.
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