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Sunday 2nd April

Scotland's leading tribal band will be playing a selection of amazing live music here at Scone Palace on Sunday afternooon from 12.00 noon - 4.00pm. Come along and enjoy this atmospheric performance. 

Friday 7th April

Join us today when we will when we will have a wonderful falconry display by the renowned Raptor World. These magnificent birds will be on display from 12.00 noon until 4.00 pm on the lawns in front of the Palace. There will be a fantastic flying display at 2.00pm.

Friday 26th May

Join us today when we will when we will have a wonderful falconry display by the renowned Raptor World. These magnificent birds will be on display from 12.00 noon until 4.00 pm on the lawns in front of the Palace. There will be a fantastic flying display at 2.00pm.

News

  1. History takes root as oak trees planted at the Palace

    1 March 2017

    A joint project involving Tay Landscape Partnership and Perth College UHI is helping to ensure that Scone Palace’s historic parklands are replenished for future generations.

    On Tuesday 28th February, a team of horticultural students from Perth College UHI visited the Palace grounds to plant 30 young oak trees. The project comes after gardeners at the Palace found several trees which were too fragile or damaged by storms.

  2. Robert the Bruce leads charity cancer march from Scone Palace

    23 February 2017

    As part of Strathleven Artizans, regular visitors to Scone Palace are often entertained by Robert the Bruce re-enactor, Brian McCutcheon, who helps bring the most feared warrior of his generation to life.

    Brian tells stories of how Bruce was crowned King of Scotland at Scone, and went on to defeat Edward II at The Battle of Bannockburn. So, when his partner Gini Craig, decided to raise an army and march to help wage war on cancer, she knew the story had to begin at Scone Palace.

    Robert the Bruce's mother was a formidable woman and it is said she held his father captive and refused to release him till he agreed to marry her.

  3. Just the job to help you beat the January blues forever

    31 January 2017

    It's the month of feeling down and being broke, of frost and floods, of ditching alcohol and trying desperately to ditch a few pounds. So it's no wonder that, for many, January comes with a big dose of the blues – and there’s a sigh of relief when it’s over.

    Imagine if you could find a way to beat the January blues forever. The historic Scone Palace, crowning seat of Kings of Scots and a leading visitor attraction in the heart of Highland Perthshire, may have the answer: a job that's guaranteed to not just keep you fit and healthy, but could beat depression.