Special Events at Dunollie

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Platinum Jubilee Weekend: Piping at the Castle

 Thursday 2nd June, 9pm-10pm.
Local piper Jamie MacGregor will be joining other pipers across the commonwealth in playing a 6/8 march called 'Diu Regnare' (Long to reign). He will be playing at Sunset from Dunollie's Castle Ruin, with fantastic views across Oban Bay and the isles in the background. 
This tune was composed by Stuart Liddell of Inveraray especially for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. Tickets to attend are free but strictly limited spaces are available. Our car park gates will open at 9pm, please make sure to arrive before 9.15pm. 
Please note, the path leading up to the castle is steep so this event is not suitable for people with mobility issues. This event is for adults and may not be suitable for young children.
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Jubilee at Dunollie: Fun Family Activities

Friday 3rd, Sunday 5th and Monday 6th June at anytime between 11am-4pm.
There will be a number of fun self-led children's activities taking place over the course of Jubilee Weekend at Dunollie as well as some special baking in the Kettle Garden Cafe.
The children's activities areincluded in the cost of a ticket, so if you've already visited us this season and have an annual pass you won't be asked to pay again to book your ticket. If you haven't visited us yet this year, you can buy an annual pass by clicking the 'Book Now' button. 
This event takes place outdoors, which means participants may be exposed to the elements. As there is a fair amount of walking involved, including some steep and potentially slippery paths participants need to be reasonably fit. Dogs are welcome on a lead.
If you have any questions about our special events please email info@dunollie.org or contact us here.