Defended by a magnificent curtain wall and an iron yet, Balvenie was a stronghold of the powerful Black Comyns, rivals to Robert the Bruce in the early 1300s.
The heavily fortified stronghold became an elegant lodging in the 1500s.
Open summer only (26th March – 30th September 2018)
Admission: Adult £5, Child £3, Concession £4
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