Plan your visit - Cawdor Castle - A five star visitor attraction near Nairn in the Scottish Highlands.

Planning your visit to Cawdor

Group Visits
Cawdor has hosted tourists from as early as 1773 when Dr Samuel Johnson and James Boswell were in awe of Cawdors old trees, in 1787 Scotland’s National Bard; Robert Burns visited on his Tour of the highlands.
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We strive to ensure we deliver a memorable and inclusive experience for all our visitors. However, as a historic property we face limitations within the castle interior for customers with mobility issues.
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Our Location
We are situated just 7 miles from Inverness Airport, in the beautiful parish of Cawdor in Nairnshire, Scotland.
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Opening Times
Cawdor Castle and Gardens will be open from 30th April 2022 until 2nd October, daily from 10am – 5.30pm (last entry 5pm)


Please note it is not possible to bring dogs into the immediate grounds or formal gardens of Cawdor Castle.


Please see our FAQ’s for more information on your visit.


Cawdor Castle, Gardens, Grounds and Nature Trails:

  • Adults (age 16+): £13.50
  • Concession (over 65’s): £12.50
  • Child (age 6-15): £7.50
  • 5 and Under: 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
  • 5 and Under: Free
  • Annual Memberships from £20
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