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Sleigh bells ring, snow is glistening… Get into the spirit at Scone Palace’s Stately Home Christmas event on Sunday 15th December…

Scone Palace Christmas

The Christmas fairies have been hard at work to get the Palace in all its Christmas glory. From the grand state rooms adorned with beautiful decorations and sparkling candles to shiny baubles, and magnificent Christmas trees, it is ready to look magical for the big day.

The fabulous, vintage vocal trio, The McAndrews Sisters will be performing a medley of Christmas carols for visitors to enjoy and sing along with; and the Perth Academy wind section will add to the festivities with some classical Christmas music.

Children can enjoy a very special visit to the Palace, meeting Santa, receiving a chocolate treat and hanging a little message on his wish tree (please note you should book online in advance).

Escape the hustle and bustle of the town, and pick up some unique Christmas gifts and treats from the local craft stalls or the Palace food and gift shops. Then relax in The Coffee Shop, and enjoy a hot drink and home-baked festive treat. There’s something for the whole family to enjoy, so make a festive day of it at Scone Palace!

Tickets for Stately Home Christmas at Scone Palace are on sale now. Visit www.scone-palace.co.uk
Tickets are £8.75 for children, £11 for concession, £12.50 for adults or £42 for the full family.

About Scone Palace

Located on the banks of the River Tay just North of Perth, Scone Palace is steeped in history and is one of Scotland’s most important stately homes.

It has been the seat of parliaments and the crowning place of the Kings of Scots, including Macbeth and Robert The Bruce. The Palace houses an outstanding collection of antiques, paintings and rare artefacts, and the grounds are renowned throughout the world, making the stately home one of the most popular tourist attractions in Scotland.

Follow in the footsteps of countless kings and explore the unique collection of porcelain, ivories and French furniture. Visitors are invited to tour the Palace at their own speed, with guides available in each room to answer any questions. Outside, more than 100 acres of fabulous Perthshire grounds are waiting to be discovered including the stunning open gardens.

Eve MacDonald

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