Northern headland gardens started by Osgood Mackenzie in 1862. The North Atlantic drift allows exotic shrubs, trees and bamboos to flourish.

There's over 100 acres of gardens, now under the management of the National Trust for Scotland. Restaurant , and Visitor Centre (summer months). the gardens are normally open to visitors throughout the year.

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Modification Date Friday, 26 February 2016