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Culross Palace, is not really a palace but a wealthy merchants house. It looks spectacular and has a beautiful cottage kitchen herb garden. It’s built on terraces which go quite high with step steps so it’s not accessible to all, but the lower bits have...More
I am genuinely struggling to describe this “Palace” From your very first contact for admission you get a sense that the people here are truly proud of their attraction. In fact everyone we encountered left us impressed at their knowledge and welcoming attitudes. I must...More
Enjoyed and discovered a wee gem visiting Culross Palace and gardens. also the old tolbooth with a very knowlegdeable photographer Graham Harris Graham interesting tales along with some beautiful photos. lovely pottery shop and cafe too We carried on to Foresster Park golf resort and...More
Very interesting place to visit.The Palace. Is amazing which also has a lovely walled garden that you can walk around the village is very?nice to lots of lovely cottages. And the Abbey.is also nice. You will enjoy this place .
This is a lovely little visitor attraction. I took my elderly mum (79) who is waiting for a knee operation, so walking long distances wasn't going to happen. As such, some of the turreted stairs weren't possible but we were still able to see quite...More
We are National Trust members, so the price was free, but just realized it is 10,50 pounds per person, which seems quite high. You watch a 10 minute film, and then head upstairs where folks tell you a bit about what's in the room. Guides...More