Explore the ancestral home of Scotland’s Clan Brodie with admission to Brodie Castle in Moray. Set in parkland, this treasure-filled baronial-style mansion was originally the clan’s 16th-century tower house. Explore the rooms and towers to see the paintings, library, and more; and enjoy the nature trails, walled garden, springtime daffodils, and adventure playground. If you wish, upgrade to a 3-Day or 7-Day Discover Ticket to visit Brodie plus around 60 other Scotland National Trust attractions.
Admission to Brodie Castle near Forres in Moray
Visit the home of the Brodie Clan, built as a clan tower house in 1567
Admire paintings and artifacts including a letter from Robert the Bruce
See the toy-filled nursery and Victorian library with 6,000 books
View more than 100 varieties of daffodils in the parkland at spring
Nature trails, walled garden, adventure playground, tearoom, and shop
Upgrade to a 3-Day or 7-Day ticket that gives additional access to around 60 National Trust sites in Scotland