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Innes House is an architectural delight set in idyllic grounds that is perfect for weddings, corporate events, shooting parties or other bespoke adventures. Off the beaten track, the tree-lined drive takes you away from the road into mature parkland where your memorable experience begins. Switch off from the hustle and bustle and allow yourself to […]

www.ginspiredscotland.com is a gateway website giving visitors everything they need to include Scottish Gin in their Scottish holiday plans. The unique Gincyclopedia contains features every gin producer in Scotland along with direct links to book tours, experiences, gin schools, nosing & tasting sessions, and to buy the gins on line. Local recommendations of where to […]

Walking tours around Elgin. Any topic, any section of history. Historical tours, Ghost Tours, Pub Crawls, Religious Tour, Witches Tour, Royal Tour, Graveyard Tour. You name it , we can organise it, even if you want to experience a real paranormal investigation. All tours are wheelchair Friendly, Please do not bring your dogs as we […]

This site is closed for now. We’re working hard to gradually reopen the places you love while making sure the experience is safe for everyone. Find out more about our reopening plans. For five centuries until 1686, Spynie Palace was the residence of the bishops of Moray. The beauty of the surroundings and the substantial wildlife and […]

Gordon Castle Estate, Walled Garden and the Gordon Castle Scotland brand are the results of eight years hard work by Angus and Zara Gordon Lennox since they took over the running of Gordon Castle Estate, Fochabers in 2008. Completed as one of Scotland’s largest houses in the 1770s by the Duke of Gordon, Gordon Castle […]

On the coast between Cullen and Sandend the ruins of Findlater Castle are perched on a tiny peninsula which sticks out into the North Sea, with a sheer drop of more than fifty feet to the rocks and sea below. The name originates from the place Findlater, first recorded in the Exchequer Rolls in 1246. […]

Elgin Museum is closed for the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, you can still explore the museum virtually – visit our website to find fun family-friendly activities, find and follow us on social media and visit our YouTube Channel to explore the museum’s collections and displays. Elgin Museum is Scotland’s oldest continuously […]

The cathedral is now open and we are delighted to welcome you back. Find out more about our re-opening plans at restarthistory.scot. This magnificent ruin dates back to the 13th Century and is one of Scotlands most beautiful medieval buildings. Almost destroyed in 1390 by Alexander Stewart, the infamous ‘Wolf of Badenoch’. You can see the […]