These are the NTS properties set to reopen in Scotland on 6 July

The National Trust for Scotland has announced it will reopen grounds and gardens at a number of historical sites across the country on 6 July as lockdown restrictions are lifted.

ABERDEENSHIRE

Castle Fraser – garden & grounds

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Craigievar – grounds

Grounds and gardens at a number of iconic National Trust for Scotland properties, including Culzean Castle, are set to open on 6 July

Crathes Castle – garden & grounds

Drum Castle – garden & grounds

Fyvie Castle - garden & grounds

Haddo House - garden & grounds

Many outdoor spaces at National Trust for Scotland properties are reopening but historical homes and buildings will remain closed until lockdown restrictions are further lifted

Leith Hall - garden & grounds

Mar Lodge Estate – car parks only

Pitmedden – grounds only (garden reopening Spring 2021)

ANGUS

Barry Mill – grounds

House of Dun - garden & grounds

ARGYLL

Arduaine Garden

Crarae Garden

ARRAN

Brodick Castle - garden & grounds (open Thurs – Mon)

AYRSHIRE

Culzean Country Park - garden & grounds (open Thurs – Mon)

BORDERS

Harmony Garden

Priorwood Garden

DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY

Threave - garden & estate (open Thurs – Mon)

DUNBARTONSHIRE

Geilston Garden (open Thurs – Mon)

FIFE

Culross Palace - garden (opens 3 July)

Falkland Palace – garden

Kellie Castle - garden & grounds

GLASGOW

Greenbank Garden - garden & grounds (open Thurs – Mon)

HIGHLANDS

Culloden – car park & battlefield only

Inverewe Garden – garden & estate (opens 15 July)

LOTHIAN

Inveresk Garden

Malleny Garden

MORAY

Brodie Castle - estate and garden

PERTHSHIRE

Branklyn Garden (opens 3 July)

Visitors are being asked to check the National Trust for Scotland website to check opening hours and facilities

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