Armadale Castle Gardens

Armadale Castle, Garden and Museum, Isle of Skye

An open garden on the Isle of Skye with 40 acres of exotic trees, shrubs and flowers with sea and mountain views

Magnificent gardens set around the picturesque ruins of Armadale Castle, former seat of the Macdonalds of Sleat. This area is known as 'the Garden of Skye' because of its sheltered aspect.

- specimen trees including many planted in the 19th century

- colourful herbaceous borders and water plants

- bluebell and rhododendron displays

- terraces with sea views and wildlife-spotting

- adventure playground for children

- woodland walks

- ticket includes entry to Museum of the Isles with 6 galleries of Highlands & Islands history

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 Refreshments, shop, disabled access. Museum of the Isles.

Electric wheelchairs available.

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  • Telephone: 1471844305
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  • Street: Armadale Castle, Sleat
  • Postcode: IV45 8RS
  • City: Isle of Skye
  • County: Isle of Skye


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