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A magnificent early Georgian mansion, designed by William Adam for the Earl of Fife. It is considered to be an Adam masterpiece and is one of the most important buildings in the North. The foundation stone was laid on the 11th June 1735 and the...more
If you have a Historic Scotland yearly pass this is a free entry, Children this year if they have a card get in for one pound.
History is explained over the 3 floors open for viewing to the public. Please be advised to NOT touch...More
Very different to see a really nice stately home here in Banff, rescued and restored with lot of very friendly staff that can tell you all about the history and family who lived here. The cafe is also worth a visit and would definitely recommend...More
Paid a really interesting visit to duff house.The building is quite impressive when you first see it.The staff are on hand to lend an insight into the artefacts on show.The works of art are amazing,and are worth a visit alone.
Old houses isn't really my thing but I found it interesting.
The tea room had a limited choice of meals - choice was soup, sandwiches or cakes.
I'm not really into soup but was hungry so opted for soup & sandwich. The soup was courgette...More
Had often seen the road sign but had never visited. Decided to visit the house itself after a walk from Duff House to Bridge of Alvah which was very nice in itself. Great architecture and fascinating story of its build. Interior restored and National Gallery...More
Duff House today is considered an William Adam masterpiece and while unfinished in a sense, it stands as one of the most important buildings in the north. It is now part of the National Galleries of Scotland and has on display some remarkable works of...More
We bought the fortnight pass for Historic Scotland and included Duff House. We visited with two adults and children aged 9 and 12. Good mid aged Playground near car park. Volunteers helpful, friendly and knowledgable about the house, it's history and the general area. Free...More