Falkland Palace
















Visit the spectacular former Royal Palace now in the care of The National Trust. Architect Shoenberg Scott has carefully recreated the King and Queen's bedchambers to provide an authentic insight into life in a medieval Scottish palace. Stunning examples of French masonry are thought to be the work of a mason in the employ of Marie de Guise, the mother of Mary Queen of Scots.




The original 'real tennis' court dating from 1539, is the world's oldest tennis court still in use.









Enjoy the very best in outdoor entertainment from Shakespeare plays to travelling back in time with full costume re-enactments by the Sealed Knot Historical Society.






The Palace Gardens have their very own orchard.










Spring time events include an Easter Trail and puzzle solving. From March 1st, the gardens are accessible for strolls and picnics.




Ross House Falkland 2016