The surrounding grounds and woodlands leading up to Glenwhan are owned by Forestry Commission Scotland, but accessible by Glenwhan. Here you will find a blanket of white, carpeting the woods waiting to be explored. The Gardens are open with an Honesty Box and all are welcome. Dogs must be kept on a lead in the Gardens but can be free in the Woodlands. Ticket prices: Children: £1.50 Concession: £4.50 Full price: £6Find out more
Every weekend in February and March from 10am-5pm, Castle Kennedy Gardens offer the ideal opportunity to experience a wonderful array of snowdrops, in a truly stunning setting. Following the ‘Snowdrop Trail’ visitors to Castle Kennedy Gardens are encouraged to enjoy a hearty bowl of homemade soup and delicious, home baking in the Garden’s Tearoom where only the best of fresh, local produce is served. The tearoom is operating a special weekend menu alongside deliciously moorish home baking. There is also a chance to buy some bulbs and start your own snowdrop garden.Find out more
Discover the new nature trail on the Cringletie Estate and enjoy the snowdrops that carpet the woodland. Visit our 400-year old walled garden, waterfall and gardens. If you’re booking a table for Sunday lunch you can also book a pre or post lunch tour with the estate gardener for advice and tips on preparing your garden for the spring. Traditional Sunday lunch £35 per person. Children’s menu available and complimentary menu for children under five. Email [email protected] for all enquiries.Find out more
An exhibition through the Stables Visitor Centre highlighting our snowdrop herbarium highlighting our National Snowdrop Collection.Find out more
The snowdrops at Princeland have been divided for the last three years. We have created a walk through the snowdrops for all to enjoy. Dogs on leads are welcome. There will be a plant stall from the 14th February onwards. Like many, our snowdrops have come early this year.
We are open on February 8th & 12th and then from February 14th to March 1st inclusive, from 10am-14.00pm.
Note: Due to seriously high winds forecast, Princeland will be closed on this Sunday 16th and Monday 17th February
The garden will be closed during high winds.
There is no parking on site.
The walk is over rough uneven ground, please wear appropriate footwear.