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28 February 2018

Extreme Weather Site Closures

Following the recent severe weather conditions, we are pleased to announce that normal service will begin to resume across our staffed visitor attractions from this morning, Monday 5th March.

A photograph of a park and a large hill covered in snow on a sunny day.

Following the recent severe weather conditions, we are pleased to announce that normal service will begin to resume across our staffed visitor attractions from this morning, Monday 5th March. This includes the following sites/areas:

  • Edinburgh Castle
  • Stirling Castle
  • Aberdour Castle
  • Arbroath Abbey
  • Blackhouse, Arnol
  • Blackness Castle
  • Bothwell Castle
  • Caerlaverock
  • Craigmillar Castle
  • Dallas Dhu Historic Distillery
  • Dirleton Castle
  • Dryburgh Abbey
  • Dunfermline Abbey and Palace
  • Dunstaffnage Castle
  • Elgin Cathedral
  • Engine Shed
  • Glasgow Cathedral
  • Huntingtower Castle
  • Iona Abbey
  • Jedburgh Abbey
  • Linlithgow Palace
  • Maeshowe
  • Melrose Abbey
  • New Abbey Corn Mill
  • Skara Brae
  • St Andrews Castle & Cathedral
  • Tantallon Castle

Due to some continuing and changeable weather conditions there may be some variances regionally. We’ll continue to update via our social media channels - below - however would ask visitors to please check with the site directly before travelling. Please also follow advice from partners such as Transport Scotland and Police Scotland.

We’d like to thank our visitors for their patience and co-operation, in what has been a very unique situation and to thank our teams for all of their hard work over the weekend in the face of continuing challenging weather and logistical conditions, so we can return to a safe operating environment for staff and visitors.

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