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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 2nd March to Sunday 4th March

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 2nd March to Sunday 4th March

The ever-popular Galloway Antiques Fair will be making a welcome return to Scone Palace from 2nd - 4th March. 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.

News

  1. WW1 memorial walk in honour of Scone’s fallen to be unveiled next month

    9 February 2018

    A memorial walk which has been developed to honour those Scone men who lost their lives during World War 1 is to be unveiled next month.

    The walk, which runs around Scone and its outskirts, including Scone Palace, will be accompanied by audio stories which tell the tales of the 71 Scone men who served in the Great War. The walk will be unveiled at a launch event at Scone Palace on Wednesday 7th March 2018.

  2. Scone Palace to host BBC Biggest Weekend

    30 January 2018

    Scone Palace is "thrilled" to be the only venue in Scotland for BBC Music's The Biggest Weekend, to take place this May bank holiday.

    On Friday 26th May and Saturday 27th May, Scone Palace will be host to artists including Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Nigel Kennedy and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are available here: www.bbc.co.uk/biggestweekend

  3. Thousands to descend on Scone Palace as it hosts world championship in medieval combat in a first for U.K.

    22 January 2018

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

    Thousands will descend on the historic visitor attraction, known for being the crowning place of medieval kings, when it hosts the International Medieval Combat Federation World Championships from May 10th to 13th 2018.