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Special Events at Dunollie

The Dunollie Experience

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Dates available in February and March 2023
Guided Tour | Afternoon Tea | Scottish Bagpipes | Semi-Private Site Hire
Admission: Adults £22 | Children (5-15) £11 | Under 5s Free
Join us for a bespoke Guided Tour outlining Dunollie's fascinating history and discover the breath-taking taking views over Oban Bay and the Inner Hebrides from Dunollie's Castle Ruins. Walk back down to our sheltered terrace area, sample our Kettle Garden Cafe's homemade afternoon tea and warm yourself up with a lovely hot drink before welcoming our expert piper and listening to some traditional Scottish tunes. During this time, you will also be welcome to visit our 1745 House Museum and explore our Historic Woodland Grounds at your own pace. 

Dogs are welcome on a lead, except inside the 1745 Museum. Please note the path to Dunollie's Castle Ruin is steep and required a reasonnable level of fitness.
A large part of this event takes place outdoors, so we highly recommend bringing warm and waterproof clothes, especially as the castle tends to be very exposed to the elements.

Wellness Weekend

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Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th February 2023
Snowdrop Covered Grounds | Family Activities | Wellbeing Workshops | Pop-up Wellness Market  | Homebaking & Refreshments
Admission: Annual Pass (Adults -£8 | Children - £4 | Concessions £6)
Explore Dunollie for an exceptional winter's open day and discover our snowdrop covered grounds. Make the most of the outdoors and take in the views from the castle ruin unto Oban Bay and the inner hebrides before stopping for a hot drink and delicious home baking in the Kettle Garden Cafe.

Several wellness workshop and activities for children, adults and all ages will be taking place throughout the weekend but they must be booked separaretely. 

This event is part of the Dunollie GLAD poroject which was made possible by the National Lottery Heritage Fund for Scotland

Dogs are welcome on a lead, except inside the 1745 Museum. Please note the path to Dunollie's Castle Ruin is steep and required a reasonnable level of fitness.
If you have any questions about our special events please email info@dunollie.org or contact us here.
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