Friday 28th July

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.

Saturday 29th July

A day of medieval tournaments in the gardens at Scone Palace.

10am – 4pm

5 v 5 team fights

1 v 1 duelling

History of Medieval military encampment

Medieval have a go archery

Arming the knight and so much more...

Sunday 6th August

Join us on Sunday 6th August for a day of King Robert the Bruce's History and Heritage with the Strathleven Artizans. Making history fun is what the Strahtleven Artizans are passionate about. Dressed in traditional costumes and chainmail you will be able to see how King Robert the Bruce and his men would have dressed, the weapons they would have used including an exact replica of the Kings sword. You can join in too, with costumes for both adults and children to try on, you can be one of the King's men for the day. Historical re-enactment enthusiasts are invited to come in their own costumes too!

Come and Join Us


  1. Scone Palace to play real-life Game of Thrones as it hosts full-contact medieval battle events

    28 June 2017

    Scone Palace is getting back to its medieval roots as it plays host to the world championships for full-contact medieval combat, a sport rising in popularity around the globe.

  2. A-maze-ing drone photo shows cyclist Mark Beaumont at Scone Palace

    19 June 2017

    Scone Palace received a special visitor when record-breaking cyclist Mark Beaumont stopped off to cycle around its maze.

    Mark, who stopped in at the crowning seat of the Kings of Scots for training purposes, hopes to earn his own crown soon when he sets off on an Around the World in 80 Days cycle challenge.

    But first he set himself the challenge of cycling around the Murray Star Maze, a popular stop-off for visitors to the historic Palace.

  3. Scone Palace promises five nights of spookiness as it extends Halloween sound and light event

    14 June 2017

    Scone Palace’s second Halloween event, Spirits of Scone, promises to be bigger and spookier this year as it is extended to five nights.

    Following a highly successful inaugural event last October, this year’s sound and light show will use more of the palace grounds, including the Murray Star Maze and a new pumpkin patch which is being planted especially for the occasion.