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Getting here

Inchmahome Priory
Port of Menteith
By Kippen
Stirling
FK8 3RA

National Grid reference: NN 574 005

Telephone: 01877 385 294 / 07836 313 769

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Inchmahome Priory is on an island and is reached by a small motor boat from the Port of Menteith. The boat leaves from the pier by the boat shed.

Crossings are made on demand. If the boat isn’t at the pier, turn the wooden board so its white side faces the island. This tells staff that you wish to make the crossing.

The boat shuttles to and from the island constantly during busy periods. It holds up to 12 people at a time.

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Opening times

Due to limited capacity, it is strongly recommended to book your visit in advance to guarantee entry and avoid disappointment, this includes Historic Scotland Members, Explorer Pass holders and reciprocal members.

1 Apr to 31 Oct:
Daily, 10am to last outward sailing at 2.45pm

1 Nov to 31 Mar:
Closed

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