Sunday 26th January

The popular January Jog returns!Brush off those Winter and January blues and set yourself a challenge for 2020.

Friday 31st January to Sunday 2nd February

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.

Friday 7th February to Sunday 9th February

As one of the gardens who participate in the Scottish Snowdrop Festival, we invite you to visit our 'Celebration of Snowdrops' here at Scone Palace. Take a leisurely stroll through the paths lined with these dainty little flowers - one of the first signs that spring is on its way!


  1. Scone Palace gets into shape with a January Jog

    6 January 2020

    Scone Palace, one of Scotland’s favourite visitor attractions, will welcome back the popular “January Jog” event this month, giving people a chance to brush off those January blues with a gentle 5k jog around the grounds of the estate.

  2. Palace Young Apprentice following in the steps of Scone's famous plant hunter

    18 September 2019

    Kieran Bruce, a budding young apprentice gardener from Craigie in Perth, has been awarded an exclusive gardening apprenticeship place through Rural Skills Scotland Modern Apprenticeship scheme at Scone Palace Estate. The prestigious apprenticeship sets young Kieran on a career path that was also the starting point for one of Scotland's most famous plant hunters, David Douglas, best known for his namesake the Douglas Fir, who also started work as an apprentice to the head gardener at Scone Palace in the early 1800s.

  3. Schöffel Country awards Scone Game Fair Challenge Winners new season coats

    12 September 2019

    Defending Champions Mansfield Estate Retains title at the GWCT Scottish Game Fair, in the Algo Estates Challenge, sponsored by Schöffel Country.