Friday 26th May

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 27th May

It’s time to bring baby out of the corner with the 1987 classic Dirty Dancing

Friday 9th June to Sunday 11th June

Over 70 potters and ceramic sculptors working from small studios all over the UK and across Europe will be selling their work here at Scone Palace. Held in six large marquees on the lawns to the front of the Palace, this is a cultural experience like no other - the biggest exclusively ceramics event of its kind in Scotland with a range of work on display which is guaranteed to surprise and delight.


  1. Racegoers set for history lesson as part of Perth rebrand

    13 April 2017

    A selection of Perth Racecourse's flagship races will be renamed and rebranded in honour of the city's cultural roots to celebrate the Year of Heritage, History and Archaeology and promote its bid for 2021 UK City of Culture.

    Scottish artist Gordon Muir has been commissioned to design two special-edition trophies, paying homage to the legendary Stone of Destiny, otherwise known as the Stone of Scone, and the Roman-era Saddle Quern.

  2. Land Ahoy! Pirates to descend on Scone Palace this Easter

    5 April 2017

    Scone Palace will celebrate Easter weekend with a little help from a pirate or two, who are set to land at the crowning place of Scottish Kings on Easter Sunday, 16th April.

    The action-packed family Pirate Fun Day takes place from 12.00 noon to 4.00pm and includes a bouncy castle manned by Scone Palace's very own pirate, a ball pit, face-painting and a chance for children to ‘walk the plank'.

  3. School pupils become archaeologists as they trawl for treasures at the Palace

    31 March 2017

    Primary school pupils from Robert Douglas Memorial School in Scone enjoyed a two-day archaeological experience at Scone Palace this week.

    Led by Sophie Nicoll, Historic Environment Officer for the Tay Landscape Project, the Primary 4, 5 and 6 pupils took part in field walking - a technique for finding or studying archaeological sites by walking systematically across a ploughed field, collecting artefacts on the surface.