Brodie Castle

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National Trust For Scotland,
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Stuffed to the turrets with antique furniture, paintings and ceramics, the legacy of generations of Clan Brodie, this 16th-century castle is a slice of Scottish history not to be missed. Visit Brodie Castle in Moray and explore the rooms, passageways, and towers, all sensitively restored to show what everyday life was like for one of Scotland’s most ancient clans.

There is plenty to discover outside the castle too. The 71-hectare estate has landscaped gardens, a large pond, a walled garden, a woodland walk, an adventure playground, and a nature trail with observation hides for watching wildlife.

Set in peaceful parkland, this fine 16th-century tower house is packed with enough art and antiques to keep connoisseurs happy all day. It contains fine French furniture; English, continental and Chinese porcelain; and a major collection of paintings, including 17th-century Dutch art, 19th-century English watercolours, and early 20th-century works. The magnificent library contains some 6,000 volumes.

Both the Castle and shop are open from February through to October, the Playful Garden is open from March through to October.

Castle tours can be booked on the NTS website.


  • Accessible Parking or Drop-off point
  • Children Welcome
  • Cyclists Welcome
  • Disabled Access
  • Gift Shop
  • Groups Welcome
  • Lunches/ Cafe
  • Parking

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