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Sleighbells ring, snow is glistening…Get into the Christmas spirit and book onto one of Scone Palace’s Stately Home Christmas tours from Thursday 19th November to Mid-December.

The Christmas fairies have been hard at work so come and visit the Palace in all its Christmas glory. See the grand state rooms adorned with magical decorations, sparkling candles, shiny baubles, and magnificent Christmas trees.

Tickets must be booked in advance online

Thursday 3rd December

Sleighbells ring, snow is glistening…Get into the Christmas spirit and book onto one of Scone Palace’s Stately Home Christmas tours from Thursday 19th November to Mid-December.

The Christmas fairies have been hard at work so come and visit the Palace in all its Christmas glory. See the grand state rooms adorned with magical decorations, sparkling candles, shiny baubles, and magnificent Christmas trees.

Tickets must be booked in advance online

Friday 4th December

Sleighbells ring, snow is glistening…Get into the Christmas spirit and book onto one of Scone Palace’s Stately Home Christmas tours from Thursday 19th November to Mid-December.

The Christmas fairies have been hard at work so come and visit the Palace in all its Christmas glory. See the grand state rooms adorned with magical decorations, sparkling candles, shiny baubles, and magnificent Christmas trees.

Tickets must be booked in advance online

News

  1. Scone Palace welcomes announcement to reopen gardens

    19 June 2020

    Scone Palace, one of Scotland’s most popular attractions, has welcomed the First Minister’s announcement that their gardens can re-open to visitors on Wednesday 1st July.

  2. Scone Palace to launch The Scottish Garden Show

    29 April 2020

    Coinciding with Spring Bank Holiday Weekend, Scone Palace has announced it is to launch The Scottish Garden Show in May 2021. 

  3. Scone Palace to Light up Blue for the NHS

    23 April 2020

    Scone Palace is to light up blue this evening to express its thanks to those on the front line fighting the coronavirus pandemic, becoming the first stately home in the UK to adopt the initiative which has been picked up globally.