Throughout the year, the Scone Palace Gardens are constantly changing and evolving.
Snowdrops, daffodils, bluebells, rhododendrons and azaleas create a rainbow of colour through the seasons, and make the perfect surrounding for the red and green ivy-clad palace that has been a crowning place and seat of parliament through the ages. Tours of the opulent palace provide a rich and interesting insight into its history, whilst the grounds and gardens include a maze, a gift shop and a food shop that sells a selection of Scottish produce. There are also organised activities for children, as well as resident animals including cows, ponies, peacocks and a donkey.
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