Duff House

The House

The House

Discover Duff's Fascinating Facts

William Adam's creation Duff House is one of Scotland's most important houses.

Collections

Collections

Admire Magnificent Works of Art

Duff House contains a wonderful collection of paintings and furniture on loan from the National Galleries of Scotland.

Shop & Tearoom

Shop & Tearoom

Enjoy Food, Drink & Gifts

Information on the tearoom and shop including menus and special offers.

Grounds

Grounds

Explore Duff's Impressive Estate

Enjoy a peaceful walk in the grounds, laid out in the 18th century by the 2nd Earl.

Opening Times
& Prices

1 April - 31 October
11am-5pm daily
1 November - 31 March
11am-4pm, Thursday to Sunday

Admission to Galleries
Full price - £7.10
Concession - £5.70
Child - £4.30
Buy tickets online

Free admission to the
shop and tearoom on
the ground floor

Location of Duff House

Location

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.

What's On

Allan Ramsay Exhibition

Explore the work of the Allan Ramsay an 18th century Scottish Artist, born in Edinburgh. This exhibition, from the National Galleries of Scotland, is a showcase of outstanding drawings and a masterpiece painting.

Duff House Tours

Over the coming months we will be hosting a number of tours of Duff House and the grounds. All tours are included within the admission price.

Coast

Light is the theme for artists at this year’s Coast Festival. The exhibition at Duff House will feature the work of two artists in glass.

The Sorcerer's Apprentice

Illyria returns with the original boy-wizard story, featuring breath-taking magical illusions, non-stop laughter and more water than you have ever seen in a play before

Home and Prison

Meet a Scottish soldier of the Highland Division and find out more about the role the House played as an army base and a prisoner of war camp during the Second World War

Pride and Prejudice

Step back in time and meet Elizabeth Bennet, Jane Austen’s most loveable heroine.