Drumlanrig Castle is the Dumfriesshire home of the 10th Duke of Buccleuch & Queensberry and one of Scotland’s finest examples of 17th century Renaissance architecture.
Towering over the Nith Valley, Drumlanrig houses items from the world-renowned Buccleuch Collection including works by Rembrandt and Holbein. On a guided tour, visitors will learn about the castle’s fascinating history, from the original ‘Braveheart’ story to Mary Queen of Scots and Bonnie Prince Charlie’s visit.
40 acres of beautifully maintained gardens lead to the extensive estate, with waymarked walks, cycling, Land Rover tours, tearoom and shop. The Castle and its grounds are available for corporate and private events.