Visit Clan Donald Skye's 20,000-acre estate on the stunning Sleat peninsula, with breathtaking views across the sea to the Knoydart hills and north to the world-famous Cuillin mountain range.
Our 40-acre woodland garden, dating back to the 1600s, surrounds the imposing ruin of Armadale Castle and its Gothic wing. Elegant lawns, terraced walks, blossoming borders, landscaped ponds brimming with wildlife and its beautiful spring carpet of bluebells make it one of the Isle of Skye's treasures.
Explore the nature trails and walks beyond the garden leading to ancient woodlands and hidden beaches where you might see whales, eagles and red deer.
Discover the history of the Gaels, and Clan Donald, one of Scotland's greatest clans, in the Museum of the Isles. You can investigate your own ancestry and follow in the footsteps of its chiefs and the famous Flora MacDonald, Bonnie Prince Charlie's helper, who married here.
Visit our gift shops and indulge yourself with the hearty home cooking of our Stables Restaurant to round off a family day out.
Centuries of history, hundreds of experiences, 20,000 acres of Scotland's glorious outdoors… one visit might not be enough to live it all!
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Open seven days a week, April to October. Opening hours: 9.30am - 5.30pm (Last admission 5pm)