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Situated up on a hill, this beautiful old church is where the Queen goes when she is at Balmoral Castle. The stained glass windows , the pipe organ, the historical information and the beautiful wood make for a lovely experience
Visited her briefly after a trip to Balmoral. It was interesting to see the church where many members of the Royal Family have been christened, and where they go to services in the summer. The Queen has her own pew, covered in purple cloth that...More
We visit regularly throughout the year when passing, but we were very surprised and disappointed to find Karen was no longer there, and that the church was no longer open on a Sunday!!
Beautiful Church & very peaceful.
What a disappointment! Arrived at this beautiful church on Wednesday 1st November, on a beautiful sunny day, to find church closed. 350 miles to find it shut. Good job the Queen didn’t arrive out of the blue like we did! Even the car park pay...More
When we last visited the area the church was closed, so we were pleased to find it open this time. The style and decor are typically Scottish in that it isn't overly ornate (perish the thought!), but although it is relatively simple in style, it...More
This little church is a small walk ahead of the tourist spot. The church is visited by many and used by the royal family during there summer stays. There is a few of 1£ to go inside but it is worth it. Snap a few...More
I was staying in Scotland for 5 days and exploring the local area when I saw the Crathie Kirk near Balmoral where the Queen was spending the summer. It is beautiful inside and the area where Her Majesty and family sit when they attend a...More
Almost dropped here by accident whilst heading for distillery. The short walk up the hill led to a wonderful doorway. Once inside the church is beautiful. Looked around for the organ being an Organist, found it above the rear of her church, was then offered...More
I don't understand why it isn't busier.
I waited outside with our dog while my wife attended the service starting at 11.30.
The Queens car drove right next to us, I could clearly see HRH & Prince Philip. Prince Charles drove his own car &...More