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FORT DOUGLAS:

Wanted: knights, princesses, pirates, adventurers. Your fort awaits.

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RESTORATION YARD:

Shop wonderful, eat local, restore balance.

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OPENING TIMES

The park is open 7am-7pm, Fort Douglas 10am-5pm last admission (closes 6pm). Restoration Yard Store 9.30am-6pm and Restoration Café 9.30am – 5pm (last orders 4.30pm Mon-Fri, 5pm Sat-Sun). Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day.

ENTRANCE FEES

A day visitor pass is £1 per person. You can also purchase a Friends of Dalkeith Annual Pass. Fort Douglas tickets £3 - £5.

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Yoga Kind

Every Saturday, 8:00am - 9:30am

An Iyengar yoga class for beginner and intermediate yogis, taught by Agata Saltonstall, a Junior Int...

Bushcraft Survival Day Course

Saturday1st July, 10am - 5pm

Blow out the cobwebs and get back outdoors with this one day course run by Primal Bushcraft and Surv...

Family Bushcraft Weekend Course

Saturday 1st, 10am to Sunday 2nd July, mid afternoon

There’s nothing better than getting the whole family out into the great outdoors for a weekend of ...

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IN DALKEITH COUNTRY PARK

You can enjoy a whole range of events at Dalkeith Country Park. What's on depends on the time you
visit, with activities changing almost as fast as the seasons.

EXPLORE DALKEITH COUNTRY PARK

History, heritage, architecture and innovation work side by side at Dalkeith.
You’ll find over 300 years of history, a 700 year-old oak wood, farmland, forestry and property to rent at this 2,000 acre estate.

OUR HISTORY

Bonnie Prince Charlie stayed at Dalkeith Palace during the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745.

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THE ESTATE

Dalkeith estate has a selection of unfurnished properties to let.

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