The Crowning Place of Scottish Kings

Scone Palace was the crowning place of Scottish kings where Macbeth, Robert the Bruce and Charles II were once crowned.

Scone breathes history like nowhere else in Scotland. It is the family home of the Earls of Mansfield and the ancient crowning place of Scottish kings on the stone of Scone. See where the Stone of Scone, known as the Stone of Destiny, once stood. It now resides in Edinburgh Castle.

You can wander down the Long Galley where King Charles II strode to his coronation in 1661. During the Jacobite rebellions, the ‘Old Pretender’ spent three weeks at Scone while his son, Bonnie Prince Charlie, visited in 1745.

Admission

Tickets Palace Only: Adult (£7.50)   Child (£5.50)   Concession (£6.50)   Family (£25)

Tickets Palace & Grounds: Adult (£12)   Child (£8.50)   Concession (£10.50)   Family (£40)

Opening Hours

April: 10am-4pm

October: 10am – 4pm

May-Sept: 9:30am – 5pm

*Opening hours may vary.

Visit Scone Palace website for more information.