Spynie Palace

Spynie Palace

 Moray, Scotland.
ParkingToiletsAccessiblePicnic Area

For five hundred years, Spynie Palace was a bishops palace. It contains St David's tower, the largest surviving tower house to survive in Scotland. And although this was meant to be a palace for bishops, it has gun holes. These bishops were ready for a fight!

There are a few spooky stories with this castle too. Take a photo in the tower and see if you can see a phantom skull that appears in people's pictures.


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 Parking Toilets Accessible Picnic Area

Facilities Details

Dogs on leads are allowed at Spynie Palace but not permitted inside

Accessibility Info

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Unfortunately, this castle is closed from October to March.

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On The Map


Spynie Palace
Near Elgin, Moray
IV30 5QG

Longitude: -3.304223
Latitude: 57.677375

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