Dunvegan Castle & Gardens

Open 1 Apr - 15 Oct 10am to 5.30pm with last entry at 5pm

Dunvegan Castle is one mile north of the village and has been the seat of the Clan MacLeod for 800 years.
As well as the castle it is well worth talking a walk around the five acres of formal round garden.  The gardens are a hidden oasis featuring an electric mix of plants, woodland glades and waterfalls.  Another must is to take the 25minute boat trip to see the Dunvegan seal colonty and observe these playful mammals at close quarters. You may also see Herons nesting as well as many other species of birds including the Artic Tern and the Sea Eagle.

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