The Palace is one of the most interesting National Trust places we have visited. A good guide explains what you want explaining, and the gardens are terrific. Well worth the unplanned trip (suggested by family who were on an Outlander tour)
Loved this place! The village has been restored to the way they built it in the 17 hundreds. The palace is a stunning mustard yellow colour, totally beautiful. Each room looks warm and cosy, you get a feel of how they lived back in the day! Outlander was filmed in a good part of the palace, they have put posts... 更多
The national trust has preserved this interesting building to a high level, making you feel part of the history. The history through the past 300 years is well explained and how the surrounding buildings in the town have been similarly maintained.
What a great day we had at Culross the palace and gardens are well worth the visit ,the palace is well kept and the information is excellent.the gardens are well laid out and a lot of the plants have the name attached to it ,the hens are worth a vist
I visited Culross last Tuesday with my cousin and we parked in the main car park, which is free, and walked from there along a path beside the little used railway line with views over the river Forth as far as the now three forth bridges.. We then walked up through the fascinating little houses saved from ruin by the... 更多
Culross is a quaint little village on the banks of the Forth. A snapshot in history, this is a must for those interested in Scotland's past. With its beginnings in coal and salt, the village was propelled into the 17th century by the forward thinking George Bruce who transformed the coal industry. Culross Palace was the family home of Sir... 更多
Culross is a quaint little town worth a few hours pottering around. The Palace is a National Trust Property so free to members otherwise entry is £10. You can't take photo's within the palace which is a bit of a shame but you can take lots in the gardens. The palace has a number of well laid out rooms with... 更多
We were so happy to discover this is a national trust for Scotland property as we have yearly passes. Lovely little village and it has been used so many times as a filming location for Outlander. The palace is very cute, but small and doesn't take too long to get round.