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The Scottish Snowdrop Festival 2017

The very popular Scottish Snowdrop Festival is returning to some of the best gardens and woodlands all over Scotland from 28 January - 12 March 2017. 

 

A wide range of over 50 gardens throughout Scotland – all promising dazzling displays of snowdrops – are taking part in the festival this year with some of these venues opening exclusively for the festival. Participating gardens and woodlands can be entered for a small ticket price, a donation, or for free.

 

Gardens taking part in Aberdeenshire this year:

 

Bruckhills Croft

 

Bruckhills Croft is a country cottage garden with a collection of 320+ named snowdrops arranged in small groups throughout the garden. Visitors can also explore several garden rooms, seating areas, or a cuppa and a cake in the pavilion.

 

Find out more about this venue on visitscotland.com.

 

Fyvie Castle

 

Fyvie Castle is a 5-star Castle located in the heart of Aberdeenshire and is a sterling example of Scottish Baronial architecture. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll and explore the gardens, estate and discover snowdrops hidden around the woods and by the loch. The 18th-century walled garden has been redeveloped as a garden of Scottish fruits and vegetables, and this, along with the American Garden and other parkland areas is open all year.

 

Find out more about this venue on visitscotland.com.

 

Get involved

The festival has proved to be very successful, with some locations seeing as much as a 50% increase in visitor numbers during the festival period. Why not share and promote these events on your social media sites and draw visitors to your local area? Don’t forget #ScotSpirit

 

More information on the Scottish Snowdrop Festival 2017 can be found in our blog on visitscotland.com.


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