The Royal Burgh of Culross is a unique town that time has passed by; the most complete example in Scotland today of a Burgh of the 16th and 17th centuries. Here you can relive the domestic life of the 16th and 17th centuries amid the old buildings and cobbled streets of the Royal Burgh on the River Forth. It includes the chance to explore the beautiful refurbished palace and garden, dating from 1597. A walk around the town will take in The Causeways cobbled streets, the ruins of St Mungo’s chapel, the abbey and the old monastery as well as the West Kirk.
Palace, Study, and Town House: 2 Apr to 31 May, Thur–Mon 12–5; 1 Jun to 31 Aug, daily 12–5; 3 to 29 Sep, Thur–-Mon 12–5; 1 to 31 Oct, Thur–Mon 12–4. Garden: all year, daily 10–6 or sunset if earlier