Floors Stud – Guided Tour 2020

Friday 17th July 2020

We are delighted to be running another Charity Stud Tour day at Floors this year, which will take place on Friday 17th July.

Online bookings are now open for this exclusive behind the scenes event. We will be running both a morning and an afternoon tour for our visitors to enjoy. Places are limited to 50 people per tour and will be accepted on a first come first serve basis, so early booking is advisable!


Tickets are £35 per person for either of the following exclusive tour options:

Morning Tour: 

– Start your day at 10am at The Courtyard Cafe with tea/coffee and a slice of our delicious Castle homemade shortbread.

– From here you will be collected by our Stud team who will take you on a walk around tour of Floors Stud where you will meet the mares, their foals, and this years yearlings. Of course the legendary “Attraction” and her foal (due to be born this spring) will be making an appearance!

– You will then head back to The Courtyard Cafe at the Castle for a lunch of soup and freshly prepared sandwiches at 12.30pm.

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Afternoon Tour:

– Start your afternoon at 1pm at The Courtyard Cafe with tea/coffee and a slice of our delicious Castle homemade shortbread.

– From here you will be collected by our Stud team who will take you on a walk around tour of Floors Stud where you will meet the mares, their foals and this years yearlings. Of course the legendary “Attraction” and her foal (due to be born this spring) will be making an appearance!

– You will then head back to The Courtyard Cafe at the Castle for a delicious homemade afternoon tea, which will include cakes/traybakes and freshly prepared sandwiches) at 3.30pm.

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All profits will be divided between The George Crawford Legacy Trust and Racing Welfare.

For those that wish to make a day of it, the Castle, Gardens and grounds will be as usual.

Upon arrival on the day, please park in the Woodland car park next to the Castle. From here the Courtyard Cafe is a short walk and is clearly sign posted.

 

Scotland’s Largest Inhabited Castle