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  •   The city of the Highland games is a small town with very fresh air and during the inter season no too far from the Scottish Ski areas.

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    8/13/2019

      Enjoyed trip here with 2 boys - 14 year old found it more interesting than the 10 years old! I liked it. Interesting history and photos etc in the house and it was good to see how it was set up not that long ago...More

    thumb derekw23
    8/08/2019
  •   This is a great place to spend a couple of hours wandering around. The rooms are cleverly set out to give a period feel and are full of interesting artefacts. Recommended.

    thumb Matt C
    8/06/2019

      First time we have visited the castle and it was a fantastic experience. The volunteers who run the place are very helpful, warm, and friendly. It's inspiring to see people care enough about our heritage to not only give their time, but to raise the...More

    thumb Paul O
    7/20/2019
  •   I liked the castle. We did the audio tour which was interesting. The audio samples are not to long, just right! You can see the love of the community in and outside the castle. Go visit if you’re nearby!

    thumb 263michelv
    7/13/2019

      Fantastic wee castle to visit. It is run by volunteers from the village who are also looking after all the renovations and management They are dependent solely on patrons and public support so if you are in the area, you will not only be in...More

    thumb SimTez
    7/13/2019
  •   This castle is definitely worth a stop as you go through the park. Magnus gives an amazingly detailed and interesting tour. The castle has a historic role in the highland games and has had some famous people inside. Plus, you'll learn about lots of castle...More

    thumb 5minuteTravelGuide
    7/11/2019

      Enjoyed the tour of the castle by Sheila (Really good tour guide). Excellent staff and loved the castle, interesting rooms and fortifications. Well worth a visit and need support to help raise the money to restore it fully. Thank you

    thumb scott1barden
    7/10/2019
  •   Seeing the castle from the outside is fine, but touring, listening to the hand held guide, or even better following around with one of the live guides tell you so much about the history of where you are

    thumb Gil C
    7/06/2019

      The castle looks tiny on the outside but what a surprise on the inside all the rooms are full of things to see and every room is open . The grounds are food for walking the dog and exploring

    thumb 853sallyanns
    7/05/2019

Braemar Castle

Re-opens Sat 31st March 2018 Operated as a Visitor Attraction by the community of Braemar. 12 fully furnished rooms on display.
Braemar Castle
Braemar Castle2 weeks ago
This photo illustrates why we're #RaisingTheStandard and saving the castle to survive the future! Why not support us this #weekend at our jacobite re-enactments?!
#donate #castle
Braemar Castle
Braemar Castle2 weeks ago
Marking Captain Alwyne Farquharson, Laird of Invercauld and Chief of Clan Farquharson, one hundredth year with staff and guests of Invercauld Estate. The tree, planted in the Castle courtyard is a Hawthorn, chosen by Captain Farquharson. A very special day. The Castle team presented the Laird with a photo of the Castle taken by one of our talented volunteers, Magali Brat
Braemar Castle
Braemar Castle2 weeks ago
Are you ready? The #Jacobites are coming. This is #Outlander with a Braemar twist. Alan Breck's Volunteer Regiment are going to put on a fantastic display of guts, guile and cunning. It's not to be missed.
Get your early booking online discount now at www.braemarcastle.co.uk/events
#ThisWeekend #VisitAberdeenshire #Highland #Charity #Fun #Family #Games #castles #share
Braemar Castle
Braemar Castle3 weeks ago
Congratulations to the Bremners on their special day!
Braemar Castle

4 weeks ago
Today in 1689 John Graham of Claverhouse lead an army of Jacobites to intercept General Hugh Mackay at the pass of Killiecrankie. During this first uprising Braemar Castle was burned down by John Farquharson. We still have a burned timber from the roof! #Jacobites #Killiecrankie https://t.co/JZFA2ANv8R Braemarscastle photo
4 weeks ago
Today in 1567 Mary Queen of Scots was forced to abdicate and the First Earl of Mar became the guardian of the one-year old King James the VI. This gentlemen, John Erskine,the Second Earl of Mar, who built Braemar Castle, became the new guardian when he was a teenager! #onthisday https://t.co/2AaxxnjA4y Braemarscastle photo
4 weeks ago
The Earl of Mar had a direct line of sight to #invercauld house, keeping an eye on those @ClanFarquharson Highlanders! Little did he know they would come to own the #castle ... #jacobites #scottish @ClanFarqUSA @CastleStudies @visitabdn @NorthEast250 @VBallater @BraemarMedia https://t.co/xKnYNJ2Sm0 Braemarscastle photo
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We're getting ready for Alan Breck's Reenactment Regiment on 10th August 11-4pm. https://t.co/Y4HQUjq8KD As an eighteenth century soldier, what's your equipment of choice? Targe, dirk, lochaber axe, musket...? #jacobites #redcoats #livinghistory #braemar @visitabdn @BraemarMedia
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