This splendid ruin was once the luxurious Renaissance home and pleasure gardens of Regent Morton, at the time Scotland’s most powerful man.
It's among the oldest standing masonry castles in Scotland and was used in the filming of Outlander.
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Aberdour Castle is among the oldest standing masonry castles in Scotland; in fact, it may be the oldest. It served as a residence for three noble families over a period of 500 years
Aberdour was originally built as a fortified residence in the 1100s, making it one of the oldest stone castles in the country. The fine painted ceiling dates from the 1600s.
This location is part of the new Augmented Reality trail In the Footsteps of Kings. Download the App and follow Jess the Jester on a Fife adventure.
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Prices: Adult £6
Child under 5 free
Family ticket 1 (1 Adult and 2 Children) £12
Family ticket 2 (2 Adults and 2 Children) £17
Family ticket 3 (2 Adults and 3 Children) £20.50
1 October to 31 March opening times
Daily except Thurs and Fri, 10am to 4pm
Closed for lunch from 12 noon and 1.30pm
Booking in advance is recommended to guarantee entry - book here