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Cawdor Castle

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Castle
The Castle
A traditional Scottish Castle built and inhabited by the Cawdor family for over 600 years. An ancient medieval tower constructed around the legendary holly tree.
Cawdor Castle
Castle
Castle Gardens
Uniquely for a Scottish Castle, Cawdor boasts three very different gardens. Each with their own history that generations of owners have, transformed, and extended.
Cawdor Gardens
Castle
Attractions
Visit Cawdor Big Wood and experience the nature of an Ancient Oakwood. Play Golf on our 9-hole course or enjoy freshly prepared, homegrown, and local produce in our Courtyard Café.
Cawdor Attractions

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Opening Times

Cawdor Castle and Gardens are open daily from 30th April until the 3rd October 2021.

Friday, Saturday & Sunday:
10am – 5pm

Monday – Thursday:
10am – 3pm

Please note opening hours are subject to change.

Admission

Cawdor Castle, Gardens, Grounds and Nature Trails:

  • Adults (age 16+): £13.50
  • Concession (over 65’s): £12.50
  • Child (age 6-15): £7.50
  • Under 5: Free
  • Family Day Pass: £35.00 (2 adults and up to 5 children)

Gardens, Grounds and Nature Trails:

  • Adults (age 16+): £8.00
  • Child (age 5-16): £6.50
  • Under 5: Free
  • Annual Memberships from £20

What’s On

The Three Inch Fools take to the road with five actors, all manner of musical instruments and an inventive take on Shakespeare’s most famous story, Romeo & Juliet.
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It’s pirate ships, pieces of eight and salty old sea dogs for Summer 2021 in Quantum Theatre’s swashbuckling new adaptation of the classic pirate adventure, Treasure Island.
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Three Inch Fools return for with another family favorite, a calamitous new production of Robin Hood. Written in conjunction with West End director Sean Turner of The Play That Goes Wrong.
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