Enjoy a 'Celebration of Snowdrops' at Scone Palace. Take a leisurely stroll through the snowdrop lined paths within 100 acres of our grounds and gardens.
The ever-popular Galloway Antiques Fair will be making a welcome return to Scone Palace from 14th - 16th March 2014. Nationally known antiques and fine art dealers will be displaying items for sale including furniture, porcelain, glass, silver, jewellery, mirrors, sculpture, oriental rugs and carpets; and much more from early Georgian through to the 1930's.
Treat you Mother to Afternoon Tea at Scone Palace. Served in style within our elegant State Drawing Room.
Enjoy a selection of freshly cut finger sandwiches, homemade scones with jam and cream and French patisserie. Served with a selection of tea or coffee.
£38.00 for 2 people (an additional £16.00 per person thereafter) Why not upgrade to 'Luxury Afternoon Tea' and include a glass of champagne for an additional £7.00 per person?
Pre-booking is essential
Why not book online? Simply book your afternoon tea option and we will call you to allocate a reservation time between 3.00pm and 5.00pm. (2.00pm sitting is now fully booked)
3 March 2014
Scone Palace is opening its doors for a very special Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea on Sunday 30th March.
Tea will be served in the elegant and exclusive surroundings of the State Drawing Room, with its monogrammed royal blue and gold carpet, opulent Versailles treasures, exquisite French furniture, silk brocade wall coverings and portraits by Allan Ramsay, Sir Joshua Reynolds and Philip de Laszlo.
21 February 2014
Scone Palace, the crowning place of Scotland’s Kings, is famous for its colourful peacocks. These regal birds have been roaming the grounds for over 200 years and provide entertainment for the thousands of tourists who visit the Palace each year.
Now the resident flock is to be joined by some rather more unusual members, in the shape of two rare white peafowl chicks, or ‘peachicks’.
17 February 2014
The international success of the Oscar-nominated film, “12 Years A Slave” has both boosted the standing of the British film industry and increased awareness and interest in the history and impacts of slavery.