Scone Palace

A Gardens in Perth and Kinross

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Once the crowning place of the Kings of Scots, Scone Palace occupies a unique position in the history of Scotland. A breathtakingly beautiful place of power and mystery and the rightful home of the celebrated Stone of Scone - also known as the Stone of Destiny.Opening Times: Friday 21 March 2008 to Friday 31 October 2008 daily 9.30 am to 5.30 pm. Last admission 5.00 pm. Grounds close at 6.00pm. Evening and winter tours by arrangement. Admission Prices: Adult - Palace £8.00 Grounds only £4.50 Groups £6.50 Child - Palace £5.00 Grounds only £3.00 Groups £4.50 OAP/Student: Palace £7.00 Grounds only £4.00 Groups £5.80 Family: Palace £24.00. Winter and out of normal hours in summer by arrangement. Season Tickets: Our annual family \'grounds only\' season ticket (£20.00) continues to be a firm favorite. The season ticket allows unlimited access to the grounds and a 10% discount off goods purchased in The Palace Gift Shop and Palace Food Shop. A \'grounds only\' season ticket is also available to individuals at the following prices: Adult £12.50. A season ticket for \'Palace and Grounds\' is available at the following prices: Adults £22.00; Family £32.00 Note:All Scone Palace season ticket holders will be offered discounted entry at two of Scotland\'s other great houses, Blair Castle and Glamis Castle. Simply show your season ticket to staff on arrival at either property to claim your discounted entry fee.

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Perth and Kinross

Perth is the largest town of the essentially rural area of Perthshire and is located at the Southern end of the main Northern artery of the A9 and an hour from Edinburgh. It is an attractive city that is home to the spectacular Scone Palace and an enthusiatic horse racing venue and a good base from which to explore the gardens, and wonderful natural features that abound in the Perthshire countryside. The area to the East and West of the M90 Motorway that leads from the Firth of Forth to Perth city is called Kinross.