This Highland Brodie Castle is a beautiful setting with gorgeous gardens and has over 400 varieties of daffodils. This is a category A listed building located in Forres in Scotland. The castle was built in 1567. This 16th-century castle was the ancestral home of the family for over 400 years.
Discover the castle’s glory days when the Brodie were one of the most prominent families in Scotland. Take the opportunity to view the extensive art collection from Dutch Old Masters to modern watercolours. The castle has a great collection of history and sculptures with one of the most noticeable ones being Scotland’s biggest bunny sculpture. The castle is has some beautiful decorative ceilings and fine furniture’s. Spring is an excellent time to visit to the garden in full bloom with daffodils. This 71 hectare estate also has an adventure playground and a nature trail, walled garden which is full of wildlife. An interesting fact about the castle is that it is located near a hill locally known as “Macbeth’s Hillock” where the Shakespearean hero is said to have encountered the Weird Sisters.