Enjoy the carpet of snowdrops, admire the ancient yews, towering wellingtonias, and the resident red squirrels, whilst exploring the pathways and woodlands within the extensive grounds of this 19th-century house. Formerly home to the Grant family, it has been a girls’ boarding school since 1930. Statues and sculptures, some by renowned architect Hew Lorimer, dot the landscape. There is a ruined chapel to visit in the grounds, a good children’s play area and an excellent display of artwork within the school.
Directions: Bridge of Earn is three miles south of Perth on the A912. Kilgraston School is well signposted from the main road. Maps are available at the school website.
Sunday 24 February, 1:30pm - 4pm (2019)
Admission £4.00, children free.
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