Photo: Dr Richard Murray

Brodie Castle is a superb example of Scottish architecture from the 1500’s onwards. The castle houses a wealth of history about the Brodie family, as well as to the Highlands.

The castle is full of intriguing sights, from the beautiful plaster ceilings to the extensive collection of artwork. One of the most interesting features of the castle is the numerous secret passageways. They were built throughout the house as a means of escape during castle raids.

Set in the beautiful Scottish Highlands, the castle is famous for its spectacular collection of daffodils that blanket the castle grounds in the springtime. The castle grounds also provide plenty to see, as there are numerous woodland walks and nature trails where visitors can explore the Scottish wildlife in its natural habitat. The grounds of the castle are surrounded by fields of countryside, and there’s no shortage of fresh North Sea air. The castle is just a short drive from the North Sea coastline and a trip to Brodie Castle must include a trip to the beach as well!

Forres, Brodie, Forres, Morayshire IV36 2TE
Tel: 0844 493 2156
Times: See attraction for specific details.