- Telephone 01261 813004
- Seasonal times Apr–Oct: Daily 11am–5pm; Nov–Mar Thu–Sun 11am–4pm, closed Mon–Wed.
- Website www.duffhouse.org.uk
Duff House is a beautiful Georgian mansion designed by Scottish architect William Adam. The Tearoom is housed in the space previously used as the housekeeper’s room. Entry is via the gift shop on the ground floor, and you don’t have to pay admission to the house to have something to eat. Home-made soup, sandwiches, toasties and baked potatoes make for hearty lunches, while the cakes and treats are a great pick-me-up if you’ve been out walking in the grounds of the house. Afternoon tea makes more of an event of these. The Tearoom is family friendly, and fully accessible.
This magnificent Georgian mansion is now open as a Country House Gallery of the National Galleries of Scotland.
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Coastal Fringe Festival
A celebration of the arts and heritage of the historic towns of Banff and Macduff. With arts and crafts, outdoor activities, music and performances.
Exhibition: D.Y Cameron: The Sprit of Line
Celebrate the work of one of Scotland’s most influential and prolific artists, Sir David Young Cameron (1865 – 1945). Featuring around 30 outstanding prints, drawings and watercolours on loan from the National Galleries of Scotland, The Spirit of Line focuses on his renowned work as a draughtsman, printmaker and leading…
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Mon 10 Apr
Home and Prison
Meet a Scottish soldier of the Highland Division and find out more about the role the house played as an army base and a prisoner of war camp during the Second World War. Take the chance to get up close to some of the authentic military equipment of the period.
Insight Tour: Duff House
Get up close and personal with the current work at the house and join the experts on a scaffolding tour of this magnificent country house.
Treasures of Historic Banffshire
An exhibition of artefacts chronicling the fascinating history of Banffshire.
Shakespeare's tale about a shipwrecked woman who disguises herself a boy and becomes a page in the service of Orsino, the Duke. Presented by Folksy Theatre.