The great 13th-century Square Tower is one of the three oldest tower houses in Scotland and has associations with Robert the Bruce. The handsome mansion, added in 1619, houses a collection of family memorabilia. The grounds contain the 100-acre Old Wood of Drum, a natural oak wood and a Garden of Historic Roses in an 18th-century walled garden.
Facilities – at a glance
- Suitable for children of all ages
- Parking onsite
- Facilities: Wheelchair available, Braille/large print info sheets, touch tours (must be pre-booked), scented garden. disabled parking in main car park and 2 near rose garden
- Accessible toilets
- Open all year
- Opening Times: Grounds open all year, daily. Castle, tearoom & shop open 31 Oct-Mar, Sat-Sun 11-4; Apr-Jun & Sep-30 Oct, Thu-Mon 11-4; Jul-Aug, daily 11-4. Garden of Historic Roses 29 Mar-Oct, daily 11-4.15. Please see website for full details
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