Please Note: The visitor site will not re-open for the duration of 2020. Instead, we will be hosting a range of pre-booked activities.
Click HERE to visit the “Book Now” section to find out what’s on when you plan to visit.
Access to Dunollie Museum, Castle & Grounds will only be permitted through pre-booked activities at this time.
When arriving at Dunollie to take part in activities, please enter through the visitor car park whether you are walking, driving or cycling.
There is a meeting point at the top end of the car park (nearest the visitor site). Here you will be met by a member of staff to take part in your activity. Please arrive 10 minutes before your activity is due to begin.
Please ensure to keep to the 2m social distancing guidelines between you and other members of the activity party if you are not from the same social bubble.
Face masks are now mandatory in Museums in Scotland. If you feel more comfortable wearing your mask while exploring the outdoor element of the site, please do so. We will have disposable masks available for visitors on site if you have forgotten your own.
Hand sanitising stations are available throughout the site. These will be shown on a visitor map you will receive on arrival.
We are currently operating a one-way system on site. This will also be shown on your visitor map. If you would like to walk around the site after your activity, we would ask you please follow this one-way system and adhere to the 2m social distancing guidance.
If you attend an activity and a member of your party becomes unwell whilst onsite, we have an isolated area they are able to wait until the rest of your party is ready to leave or can receive medical attention if required.
If you are showing any symptoms of Covid-19, please let us know as soon as possible if you have pre-booked an activity. We will be able to provide a full refund for the activity you have booked. For the health & safety of our staff and other visitors, anyone showing symptoms of Covid-19 will not be permitted onsite.
As Dunollie has heritage gardens and grounds, we are non-smoking site. Smoking or vaping is not permitted while visiting Dunollie.
When booking your activity, the contact details provided may be used for Test and Trace scheme if required. These will be held on our system for 21 days and will then be deleted.
The Castle Path is steep and requires a reasonable level of fitness. It is not suitable for wheelchair users. Please do not attempt to access the castle in a wheelchair as the decent will be particularly dangerous. At the moment, there is no handrail on the castle path.
The 1745 House Museum is situated over two storeys with the brand-new Women of Dunollie exhibition on the 1stfloor. Where the ground floor is wheelchair accessible, unfortunately the 1st floor is not.