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Inveraray Castle & Garden

Argyll Estates Office, Cherry Park, Inveraray, Argyll & Bute, PA32 8XE

Inveraray Castle & Garden

Argyll Estates Office, Cherry Park, Inveraray, Argyll & Bute, PA32 8XE

Inveraray Castle was erected between 1745 and 1785 to replace an earlier traditional fortified keep. It was designed by Roger Morris and decorated by Robert Mylne. On display are the famous Armoury Collection, French Tapestries that were made especially for the castle and fine examples of Scottish, English and European furniture. It has been the home of the Duke of Argyll´s family since the 15th century, and the works of art, including silver and china span the centuries. In the Clan Room is a genealogical display.

Information on Inveraray Castle & Garden , Argyll Estates Office , Cherry Park , Inveraray

Opening Times: 1 Apr to 31 Oct, Daily 10:00-17:45, Last admission 17:00.
Admission: Castle & Gardens: Adult £10.00, Child (under 16) £6.50, Child under 5 Free, Student/OAP £8.50, Family £28.00. 20% discount for groups of 20 or more.
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted
Location: Off the A83 Trunk Road from Glasgow to Campbeltown.
Facilities: Full Disabled Access, Gift Shop, Guided Tours, Parking, Parking Availability, Refreshments
Organisation(s): Historic Houses Association

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