Perth Highland Games was held at Scone Palace, on the edge of Perth. Perth Highland Games will be held at Scone Palace Parklands on Sunday 11th August 2019. Scone Palace and its parklands can be found on the edge of Perth.
Poised above the River Tay in Perthshire, Scone Palace has been the seat of parliaments and the crowning place of the Kings of Scots, including Macbeth and Robert The Bruce. The Palace houses an outstanding collection of antiques, paintings and rare artifacts and the grounds are renowned throughout the world, making the stateley home one of the most popular tourist attractions in both Perth and Scotland.
Date – Sunday 11th August 2019
Events start at approx – 10.00
Gates open – 09.00
Events end approx – 17.30
You’ll be able to buy tickets online at Eventbrite (online ticket sales will open in early 2019 and close on Saturday 10th August at 8:00pm), or you can come along and pay at the gate on the day.
Adults = £8
Children aged 12 and under / senior citizens = £4
Under 5s = free
Please follow signs for Scone Palace. When you reach the Palace, drive past the main entrance and follow yellow event signs. On entering Old Scone take the left turn, (Stormontfield Road) signposted ‘Waulkmill, Stormontfield, Perth Racecourse’. Follow this road taking the second road to the left into the Scone Palace estate and into the parking area. Please have exact change ready for parking stewards who will be on hand to assist drivers
There will also be a dedicated disabled parking area, but please be aware that the parking is on a grassy field which can be uneven in places, and/or muddy if there has been prolonged wet weather. We always do our best to make Perth Highland Games as accessible as possible, but if you have any concerns please contact us.
How do I get to Perth?
Perth is situated centrally in Scotland and can be easily reached by car using the motorway system or by rail or bus.
How do I get to Scone Palace?
Scone Palace is situated just outside Perth.