Enjoy the spectacle of the Great Garden, with over 40,000 plants bursting with colour in the summer months.
The Great Garden is the centre piece of this property, originally laid out in 1675 by Sir Alexander Seton, 1st Baronet of Pitmedden.
In the 1950s the elaborate floral designs were re-created under the guidance of the late Dr James Richardson; three of the formal parterres were taken from designs possibly used in the gardens at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh in 1647. The fourth parterre is a heraldic design based on Sir Alexanders coat-of-arms.
On the 100 acre estate is the Museum of Farming Life, a visitor centre, herb garden, ponds and a woodland walk. You can also explore the new nature hut, with interpretation of the wider estate.