William Adam's creation Duff House is one of Scotland's most important houses.
Duff House contains a wonderful collection of paintings and furniture on loan from the National Galleries of Scotland.
Information on the tearoom and shop including menus and special offers.
Enjoy a peaceful walk in the grounds, laid out in the 18th century by the 2nd Earl.
Duff House is an hour's drive north of Aberdeen in the north east of Scotland, in easy distance of two airports to UK and European destinations.
From the 6th April to 30th June we will host an enigmatic exhibition of over 20 watercolours, compositional studies and oil paintings by one of Scotland's best loved artists, William McTaggart.
Dick King-Smith's heartwarming tale of friendship, courage and determination is vividly brought to life by the same creative team behind Illyria's sensational record-breaking 2012 production of The Twits. Enjoy the adventures of Babe the Sheep-Pig at this outdoor theatre production
Join us on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th of July and delve into the history of Duff House during the Second World War. Meet a Scottish soldier and find out about the events leading up to the bombing of the house by the German airforce during WWII.
This wonderful comic opera might be set in Japan but it is very much a parody of British politics, institutions and public life and although written in the 19th century is surprisingly relevant in the 21st! It gets the complete Illyria treatment in this outdoor theatre production.