In line with Government advice, we have decided not to re-open the Castle as planned on the 1st April. We will continue to review the situation but at present are anticipating closure through until at least the end of June. We plan to keep in touch on Facebook, on Twitter and Instagram so do log in and join us on-line. In the meantime, from the Castle team, keep safe and we look forward to resuming normal service in due course.

  •   I have passed this castle many times and assumed it was empty inside and of limited interest. How wrong could I be! I thought it was charming inside. Definitely more quality then quantity. The audio guide is very worth while and gives you information on...More

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      Every time I pass this castle it is closed. This time we stopped and wandered around. Tomorrow we will visit the Lions face and squirrel hide

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  •   The Castle is situated a short distance from Braemar. It is the best maintained Castle I have ever been in. Built in 1628, and until recently lived in, it is furnished and contains many ancient relics of the past. Head-sets will explain the function of...More

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      A must visit. Looks unspectacular from outside, but is a juwel inside. It is completely furnished. Seems that Lord Farquharson just left for hunting or so. Just lovely. Nice staff keeping the castle. The audio guide offers you so much additional information. You just need...More

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  •   Four of us enjoyed an excellent visit to this interesting castle. We were shown round by an entertaining guide. The staff were very friendly and helpful and made the tour as accessible as possible for the two of our party who weren't so mobile. A...More

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      Friendly staff Lots to see lots of rooms Great place Would visit again definitely Could of spent hours here

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  •   What a gem and what a fascinating history. The locals run this castle and they are friendly and knowledgeable. Kudos to them for keeping this quirky delightful place open. Everything about this castle is comfy and intriguing. My son and I loved it

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      For all its prominent position at the top of a hill , this piece of history is rather overshadowed by its neighbouring north east castles. It is well worth a visit. The guided tour gave us a comprehensive run down on its past over the...More

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  •   Not sure what I expected when we parked up, but stepping out of the trees it was lovely to behold the Castle. Picturesque against the mountains we wandered around from beautiful room to room. We were also given our own audio guide so we could...More

    thumb Angela E

      We visited in Mid september. It was like stepping back in time. The castle is bursting with history and the community custodians are helpful and friendly. There is a really good audio guide aswell. Well recommended!!

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Braemar Castle

Currently closed in line with Government guidelines due to Covid-19. Please keep checking back regularly for updates.
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Braemar Castle7 days ago
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Located 9 miles from the castle, the highlanders bakehouse are a great bunch keeping us all stocked up on breads, pastries and all sorts of goodies!
You're doing a fantastic job!
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This time we have Simon showing us different models of the castle which are on display - fascinating stuff! Thanks again to Simon for imparting his treasure trove of knowledge!
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Happy Friday!
From the outside looking in....
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#ThrowbackThursday #TBT
HMHS Braemar Castle was built in 1898 as a passenger liner, but was used as a troop ship in 1909 during the Boer War. From 1915 the ship served as a Hospital Ship during WW1 which continued until 1922. Thereafter she served as a troop ship until being sold in 1924 for scrap.
Images attribution: British Navy.
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The first floor brings all sorts of delights - welcome to the dining room. We hope you enjoy your #lockdown2020 tour of this magnificent room.
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Castle closed but looking lovely! https://t.co/9pk9fD9OrI Braemarscastle photo
2 months ago
Coronavirus: A message from Braemar Castle, April 5 2020 https://t.co/0l6Ke5f7U0
2 months ago
Battle of Inverlochy Castle in 1431. The MacDonalds attacked the camp of the Earls of Mar and Atholl who were loyal to King James I of Scots. Battle was confused both parties withdrew unsure who had won. The Earl of Mar fled bare foot and horseless to his Castle of Kildrummy. https://t.co/hJwGFce5ly Braemarscastle photo
2 months ago
A reminder to #StayAtHome folks!

If you go carousing about Scotland’s historic sites now, you’re going to be about as welcome as the Wolf of Badenoch at Elgin Cathedral. That’s to say, VERY unpopular!

Do the right thing & #StayAtHome. Enjoy Scotland’s history online with us! https://t.co/HySMMj8DnS
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