DRUM CASTLE

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DRUM CASTLE

Drum Castle was seat of the Clan Irvine and in the Irvine family for 650 years, from 1325, when it was granted to William de Irvine by Robert the Bruce, until 1975. It has a rich history, 17th and 19th century additions and alterations, and is surrounded by gardens and an arboretum.

Region/Nation
Location/Address
By Banchory
County
Aberdeenshire
Post Code
AB31 5EY
Main Historic Period
Medieval
Primary Management
National Trust for Scotland

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