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FORT DOUGLAS:

Knights, princesses, pirates, explorers, 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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Sing and Sign – Stage 1

Every Monday, 11.25am - 12.25pm.

Stage 1 is for babies aged from about 6 months to around 18 months and teaches the core curricul...

Art and Wellbeing Crafternoon

Monday 23rd October, 1.00 pm - 3.00 pm

Wellbeing with a difference at our Crafternoon with Louise Logan, inspired by Autumn in here in Dalk...

Mums and Babies Yoga

Every Monday, 1.30pm - 2.30pm

Each 6 week block gives new mums the opportunity to practise yoga and bring their little ones along ...

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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.

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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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