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Drumlanrig Castle

Castles & Country Houses, Event, Film & Wedding Hire, Gardens & Parks, Private Collections
Drumlanrig Castle is the Dumfriesshire home of the Dukes of Buccleuch and Quennsberry, and was constructed between 1679 and 1689. With its extraordinary art collections and gardens, it is open to the public.

The castle houses part of the family's art collections which include many paintings such as Rembrandt's 'An Old Woman Reading', Leonardo da Vinci's 'Madonna of the Yarnwinder, beautiful furniture, tapestries and objects of art. 

The present Duke, Richard Walter John Montagu Douglas Scott, 10th Duke of Buccleuch and 12th Duke of Queensberry, is Scotland's largest private landowner, with some 110,000 ha (280,000 acres)

The Duke of Buccleuch owns other estates such as Bowhill House in Scotland and Boughton House in England.

The castle is also a venue for film & photo shooting, field sports, corporate and private events, such as receptions, weddings...

For more detailed information about history, events and visits, see website:

See also Bowhill House:

See also Boughton House:



Drumlanrig Castle

Drumlanrig Castle
Dumfries & Galloway
DG3 4AQ,
United Kingdom