Combined Game Fair & Scone Palace Ticket
Celebrating the 25th Anniversary the GWCT's Scottish Gamefair, 5th - 7th July at Scone Palace. This year you have the opportunity to purchase a joint Game Fair and Scone Palace & Grounds ticket. Family Ticket £55.00, Adult Ticket £21.00 and Child Ticket £8.50. To purchase, please visit www.scottishfair.com. Celebrate the 'Year of Natural Scotland' and enjoy the Great Perthshire Countryside.
Treasure Ticket 2013
This joint ticket is great value and admits visitors into Blair Castle, Glamis Castle and Scone Palace with up to a 20% saving.
Adult £26 Child £16
Senior Citizen £24
Family Ticket £65 (2 adults + 3 children)
Tickets on sale from April 2013 at Glamis Castle, Scone Palace and Blair Castle and are valid throughout the 2013 season.
Ticket allows one visit per attraction.
Each member offers varying entrance dates/times. We advise that you check with each venue re opening and availability etc.
Glamis Castle, Scone Palace and Blair Castle are all members of Great Scotland
Friends of Scone Palace Season Tickets
Our annual season ticket is a firm favourite for 'Friends of Scone Palace' and excellent value for money. Available for residents within the following postcodes: PH, KY,DD,FK.
Our season ticket gives you unlimited access to the grounds and 10% discount in the Gift Shop, Food Shop and a loyalty card for the coffee shop.
PALACE & GROUNDS
Family Palace and Grounds £55.00
Adult Palace and Grounds £40.00
Senior Palace and Grounds £35.00
Family Grounds Only £40.00
Adult Grounds only £30.00
Note: All Scone Palace season ticket holders will be offered discounted entry at two of Scotland's other great houses, Blair Castle and Glamis Castle. Simply show your season ticket to staff on arrival at either property to claim your discounted entry fee.
Scone Palace partners with the Royal Horticultural Society, allowing their members free access to the grounds during the open season.
Scone Palace is a member of the Historic Houses Association
To become a member and enjoy the benefits, visit www.hha.org.uk
Kenwood House, a former home of the First Earl of Mansfield is now within the custody of English Heritage. For details of value added offers, visit www.english-heritage.org.uk
Please note that Scone Palace is not a member of either the National Trust or Historic Scotland.