Scone palace is a Category A-listed historic landmark near the village of Scone, this is based just on the outside of Perth. When taking a tour of Scone Palace you will see some of the most amazing sites that it has to offer, take a deep look into where Queen Victoria and Prince Albert dined during their visit on 6th September 1842. The palace is also known for it’s stunning scenery on the outside also, with beautiful open gardens on show they must not be missed on your visit. The palace is open 7 days a week to the public for admission so be sure to get your tickets before turning up the the famous landmark.

Why should I visit Scone Palace?

Scone Palace is a 5 star iconic attraction in Perth and has many stunning sites at the famous landmark, they are open all year round to visit and promise a wonderful day out each and every time.


Scone Palace facts

  • Scone palace first opened in 1812
  • William Atkinson is an English architect who helped design Scone Palace
  • The famous building was built in the 12th century
  • There is over 100 acres of garden to explore


Outside the palace are over 100 acres of pure beauty as the Perthshire grounds are desperately waiting to be discovered by the public now. The garden will be open to public admission 7 days a week as of the 1st of April 2022 and is open from 9:30 – 4pm. Tickets can be purchased for either the palace and garden tour or just the garden, you must book in advance for both.

  • Palace and Garden admission is 16 pounds for an adult and 12 pounds for children
  • Garden admission only is 10 pounds for adults and 7 pounds for children
  • Free parking, gift shop and café on site

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