What’s On at Floors Castle

Throughout the year we run an exciting events program to keep all entertained. Our annual Mass Pipe Band Day, Easter Activities, exhilarating Horse Trials and country fairs to name a few. This year we will also be introducing new workshops, walks and tours for outdoor and garden enthusiasts, as well as new entertainment programs to keep the little ones entertained and educated on our historic estate and the great outdoors.

We are continually enhancing our attraction to offer you and your family the best day out in Scotland! From our Castle Tour with guides on hand to point out our special castle features, to our stunning gardens and Queen Victoria’s tea house, to exploring the outdoors with wonderful woodland and riverside walks.

Families: We are a family friendly attraction and offer kids adventures with our adventure playground, special activities and menus.

Four Legged Friends: Our grounds are also dog-friendly, with tie up / water points and alfresco dining so they needn’t be shut in the car.

Dining: The Walled Gardens & Terrace café are open daily all year round. The Castle, Gardens and Grounds Open daily from 28th April 2017 to the 26th October 2017.

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What's on in 2017

Creepy Crafts
Every weekend from 1st October from 11am – 2.30pm

Enjoy creepy arts and crafts every weekend in October at Floors.

Spooky Stories
Every weekend from 1st October from 11am – 2pm

Come and listen to spooky stories in the Castle this Halloween.

Pumpkin Carving
Wednesday 25th October and Saturday 28th October

Pick your own pumpkin from our Walled Garden & create your own design.

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