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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Loch Leven

Loch Leven is famous for its historical links with Mary Queen of Scots who was imprisoned here in 1567 on Castle Island and for its celebrated brown trout fishery. It is Scotland’s largest lowland freshwater loch with a huge waterfowl population. Surrounded by some of the most beautiful and dramatic mountains in Scotland, Vane Farm Nature Reserve is situated here and is a wonderful introduction to the area. Listed below are Visits, such as Falkland Palace & Garden located near Loch Leven.
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13.1 miles from Loch Leven
Visit one of Scotland's most Beautiful Gardens This attractive Branklyn 2 acre garden, a haven of peace within walking distance of Perth, was developed in the early 1900s by John and Dorothy Renton with the help of seed collections from plant hunters such as Forest, Ludlow and Sheriff. Gardeners and botanists from all over the world come to this delightful rock garden and its outstanding collection of cool-climate plants, particularly dwarf rhododendrons, alpines, blue poppies, lilies ...
7.5 miles from Loch Leven
Explore the Stunning Grounds at Falkland Palace and Gardens Falkland Palace & Garden was designed and cultivated by Percy Cane between 1947 and 1952. There are attractive parterres, herbaceous borders, lush green lawns and many unusual bold shrubs, an orchard and huge quantities of delphiniums in June, as well as a small herb garden in the Jacobean style.
7.5 miles from Loch Leven
Step Back in Time at Falkland Palace and Gardens The Royal Palace of Falkland, the country residence of Stuart kings and queens, was built between 1450 and 1541. Part of the palace was burned down by Cromwell´s troops in 1654. The palace contains fine portraits of the Stuart monarchs and two sets of 17th century tapestry hangings and some rooms have been renovated to depict what life was like for the Stuarts. The Chapel Royal dates from 1633 and the Royal Tennis Court is the oldest i...
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