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Drummond Castle

Striking castle and gardens that featured in Rob Roy Movie and are a quintessential looking Scottish castle of the mid period. South of Crieff. 

The castle was originally a C15th tower house which was then expanded in C17th before being rebuilt again in Victorian era. The gardens date from 1630s but were redesigned in C19th and then replanted in 1950s.

The castle was sacked by Crownwell in 1653. The mansion was built up from 1689 under the Drummond Family. The owners as Jacobite supporters were forfeited the castle before being rebought by the family in 1784.

Opening Times

The gardens are open but not the Castle.

Contact Phone Number

01764 681433

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Travel Directions to Drummond Castle

Travel Directions

Follow signs from A827 Crieff to Muthill Road

Visitor Attractions

  • Innerpeffray Library

    Scotland's Oldest Lending Library publishes first book and wonderful opportunity to step back to Enlightenment Scotland in a library wonderfully situated in the country. A library lovers idea of paradise! 

  • Drummond Castle Gardens

    One of Scotland's most formal and striking gardens as seen in Rob Roy. The contrast of typical scottish house and continental topiary should not be missed. 

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