We were going to visit here until we got to the entrance and see the admission fee is £6 per person to see a ruined castle, views over the forth, and gardens.
About Aberdour Castle
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On a photography day trip, my mum and I were visiting, only to find there was an event being held. Arms & Armour, what a wee find!!! This castle is amazing, beautifully kept and well maintained. The event was brilliant, showing youngsters and others alike...More
Best ruined casttle I have seen between Edinburgh and St Andrews on coastal road. Outlander fans should not miss it. Go to Filian's cathedral next door.
we have seen so many castles during our Holiday in Scotland, but this was still interesting and worthwhile seeing
This is mostly ruins with some parts still relatively intact or renovated. One room does contact a wonderful hand-painted original wood ceiling. The grounds are beautiful and have a unique set of walls to terrace off the ground. The castle is located essentially next to...More
A really nice semi-ruin of historical interest in its own right, however our interest was primarily as Outlander fans - it was a filming site in Series One. This was one of the few sites we've visited where we were genuinely and warmly welcomed as...More
A trip round the castle and gardens is well worth a visit and very interesting and most enjoyable. The tearoom which was a beautiful little set up was run by two inexperienced, disinterested youngsters. When I first popped in to have a wee look, there...More
The castle is managed by Historice Scotland. The place is tidy and well maintained, the staff are chatty and freindly. The castle is mainly a ruin however there is a restored main room which gives a good feel of what the castle would have been...More
We were completely alone at this castle so it was nice to have a stroll in the gardens. The castle itself isn't that impressive but the area is really nice.
The Castle had an Easter Event on for the kids where they had to find certain clues. All kids got a wee badge to say they had completed this activity. Pity it was not a real chocolate egg but no doubt HSE safety rules prevent...More