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I visited this garden with my elderly parents and sister - we were astonished by the beauty of these gardens. The views from the top courtyard were stunning and we spent hours walking through the plentiful gardens. The stairs are a challenge if you find...More
As I sit here watching Outlander Season 2, I am again in awe of this magnificent garden! I felt some kind of special connection while visiting here! Honestly, it has to be one of my top 3 places on this earth! Everywhere I looked, every...More
We started with this view from the top terrace and walked around the whole grounds stopping to admire the old trees and statues. We really loved the walled garden which was such a surprise as you can't see it from this view.
There were apple...More
Very nice place but not so good for disabled people in wheelchairs sign post are so bad we had to get my wife in and out of her chair 3 times as you need to go to the main carpark tp purchase ticked no discount...More
What a great find. We’d visited the area many times and had never discovered Drummond Gardens. The gardens are calm and beautiful and the visitors seem to disappear and don’t impinge on each other. The woodland walk, with its wooden sculptures, is worth the effort,...More
Visited the gardens for a few hours on Sunday afternoon. Eye popping view of the gardens from the castle entrance. Really relaxing just mosying through. Very well kept. Didn't manage the woodland walk but got to the greenhouse and apple trees. Well worth a visit....More
A beautiful place to visit in fair weather. The gardens are well maintained and there is a tree gifted by Queen Victoria. Also a walk through the woods which gives a frontal view of the gardens with the house as a pleasant background.
This place was our favorite place in Scotland even though we were completely drenched by a thunderstorm that came through toward the end of our visit. (We missed the espaliered apples!!) The mile-long drive up to the castle is awesome; we were not expecting an...More