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Scone Palace

Deeside Tourist Route

For anyone in the area a visit to Scone Palace is a must. This magnificent stately home is the former home of the Stone of Destiny and nearby Moot Hill was the crowning place of Scottish kings. Robert the Bruce was crowned at Scone in 1306. See a replica of the Stone of Destiny, tour the opulent rooms, browse precious treasures and head out for a stroll in the grounds, where you can try your luck at negotiating the star-shaped Murray Star Maze. You might see red squirrels as you wander too! You could also enjoy a day at the races at nearby Perth Racecourse.

You are 2 miles through this 108 mile route
The mileage is estimated for guidance only. Please check exact directions and traffic conditions before you begin your journey

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