Aberdour Castle and Garden
Built by the Douglas family in the 14th century, this delightful castle has a walled garden and dovecote, and the gallery on the first floor gives an insight of how it was furnished at the time.
The 12th-century fortified residence of Aberdour was extended in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. It boasts a delightful walled garden and terraces with beehive-shaped dovecot. The castle also features a fine painted ceiling. Café open during the summer and weekends throughout the winter.
• In Aberdour, 8m E of the Forth Bridges on the A921
• Open all year. Winter: closed Thursday and Friday
• Admission: Adult £4.20 Child £2.10 Concessions £3.20
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Find out more about Aberdour castle and Garden at historic-scotland.gov.uk
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