Duff House is a magnificent Georgian mansion designed by William Adam.
It contains a collection of important works from National Galleries Scotland and the Magdalene Sharpe Erskine Trust. Learn the many stories of Duff House’s history, from a royal visit to its wartime use as a prisoner of war camp.
1 Apr to 30 Sept:
Thur to Sun, 9.30am to 5pm
Last entry 4.15pm
Closed for lunch 1pm to 2pm
Admission: Adult £7.50, Child £4.50, Concession £6