Your culture attendant: things to do in Banchory

A THING TO DO TODAY

BANCHORY
Price: £12.50 (adult)
Time: 2-3 hours
With a striking pink exterior, it looks like it was constructed for a theme park, and it has remained practically unchanged for centuries - and today you can visit Craigievar Castle (built 1626) and find out more about its history and gaze at its opulent interiors. The castle, south of Alford on the A980, is open from 11am to 4.45pm.
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BANCHORY
ABERDEENSHIRE
57.05168, -2.48824


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