Gardens in Northern Scotland.

Branklyn Garden
Described as the finest two acres of private garden in the country, this oasis of peace and colour is a real urban haven.
Brodie Castle
Home to the Brodies for over 700 years, this lovely castle glows a rich warm pink in the sunshine.
Castle Fraser
A visit to Castle Fraser is a great day out for the whole family. The castle is one of the finest in Aberdeenshire and is the largest, most elaborate Scottish castle built on the traditional 'Z' plan.
Craigievar Castle
This fairytale-like castle, which exemplifies some of the best Scottish Baronial architecture, seems to have grown naturally out of the beautiful rolling hillsides of Aberdeenshire.
Crathes Castle
An ideal place for the whole family to visit for a fantastic day out on Royal Deeside. The castle, with its fairytale turrets, is a superb example of a 16th-century tower house
Drum Castle
This castle, one of the most beautiful in Royal Deeside, was owned by the Irvine family of Drum for 653 years.
Drummond Castle Gardens
The gardens you see today were probably already of some significance in 1630, since Mylne's sundial was put in position in that year.
Dunrobin Castle
Dunrobin Castle is the most northerly of Scotland's great houses. It is the largest house in the highlands, and is one of Britains oldest continuously inhabited houses, dating in part from the early 1300s.
Edzell Castle & Garden
This is a remarkable and very beautiful complex, with a late-medieval tower house incorporated in to a 16th century courtyard mansion.
Haddo House
Haddo House is unusual for Aberdeenshire in that it is not a castle - yet it is one of the most beautiful stately homes open to the public in Scotland.
House of Dun
This beautiful Georgian house, overlooking the Montrose Basin nature reserve, was designed by William Adam in 1730.
Inverewe Garden
Inverewe is a must for all garden lovers. Enjoy the outstanding plant collections from all four corners of the world, including spectacular rhododendrons, azaleas and specimen trees and shrubs.
Leith Hall
There are 286 acres of scenic estate land to explore. The formal and informal gardens are noted for their colour and diversity.
Pitmedden Garden
A visit here offers an experience as rich in history as any country house or castle. The Garden was originally laid out in 1675 by Pitmedden's first baronet, Sir Alexander Seton, and was re-created by the NTS in the 1950s.
Scone Palace
Scone is a place that breathes history like nowhere else in Scotland. Poised above the River Tay, the Palace overlooks the routes north to the Highlands and east through Strathmore to the coast.

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