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A well preserved 17th Century "palace" (really a large home for a person with wealth). Much is preserved as it was. The only wealthy house in the area. Very dark interior. The gardens in the back are a work in progress.
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Had a fantastic visit to Culross Palace in October. Weather was amazing which showed the palace off to its best. My 5 year old daughter loved exploring the rooms and staircases of the palace. She enjoyed the dressing up costumes (although some of them need...More
I have lived within 50 miles of this place for most of my life, and finally got around to visiting it on the most beautiful autumn day. The village is quaint and full of carefully preserved houses from the 17th century, when it was an...More
A Scottish friend recommended that we visit this place as we were holidaying on the Fife coast. What a gem! We visited Culross Palace as we are National Trust members in England and the reciprocal arrangement meant that we were able to visit for free....More
Free parking for visitors to the village is a short walk from the Palace which gives you a chance to wander it's narrow streets without traffic congestion. It doesn't take a huge leap of imagination to picture how it may have looked in the 17th...More
This is the community that stopped aging. Do not miss this if you are an Outlander fan. the people who live here are very friendly and accomodating to we crazy tourists. While most sets do change back to the way they were this one is...More
Culross was founded by St. Serf. After telling us of some of the villages salient points of historic interest, Helen, our passionate guide from Local Eyes Tours, gave us free rein to wander the cobbled streets of this charming town of 350 residents which was...More
This is probably not what most people would imagine a "palace" to look like as it's not overwhelmingly ornate and elegant, but is more a unique stately historical residence. The exterior is painted in an eye-catching vibrant turmeric colour that is almost mediterranean in feel....More
Culross (or Cransemuir to Outlander fans) must be on the must list if visiting this part of Scotland. There is ample car parking overlooking the Forth next to the children's park. The unique yellow buildings of Culross Palace are National Trust owned and you have...More
Had a fantastic visit to Culross Palace, which is a NT property. Absolutely worth visiting, the palace has some beautiful period rooms with painting on the ceilings and walls, though some are renovated & updated. The embroidered covers and curtains were exquisite. The gardens were...More