The castle is rich with history, many rooms furnished, guided tour is well done. A nominal admission fee is collected for the guided tour and used toward restoring the castle.
Totally free to walk the grounds, if your popping to Braemar for the day this castle is right on the doorstep and well worth the visit. We visited whilst they were filling the strongest man composition so that was interesting. Lovely place for picnic as...More
A very interesting castle ran by the community and volunteers who are doing a great job. Lots of information on the audio tour.
I believe that this is the only historic building in Scotland that is presented to the public by a community group of volunteers and they do it well and just as good as the National Trust of Scotland. It has a fascinating history which is...More
Run by the local people on a 50 year deal. DO visit and help with the project. Sits in a glorious position, walkable from town. Lots of good rooms/furniture/history.
The staff are very knowledgeable, all volunteers, you pay a small amount to get in which includes a tour 👍. Really interesting lots to see, and discuss with the staff. Free parking. We will revisit this year should the opportunity arise. There are toilets onsite.
We stopped here - on Halloween - in the last 30 minutes the Castle was open for the season! We were greeted by an enthusiastic witch who was so excited to see us! She took our photo as the last guests of the season and...More
Looking stunning as always (modest too!). Thanks ! https://t.co/npKv03mBrl
This Saturday!: Could you #volunteer with the #RiverDee Trust, planting #trees in a spectacular location? The site is on the Sluggain burn, next to the River Dee, between Braemar Castle and Invercauld House so fantastic views guaranteed! More info here: https://t.co/HLca4J42GZ https://t.co/ZDIsZ5Hjxm