Inside the Castle

The Outbuildings

Formal Gardens

The Country Park


The Outbuildings of Culzean Castle

The Dolphin House, once the laundry room built in the 1840s.

The Home Farm, restored by the Trust in 1971 and now providing the visitor centre, audio visual presentation, information centre and restaurant.

Below; visitors outside the restaurant in the Home Farm courtyard.

The Victorian vinery.

The Pagoda, situated up a slope at the western end of the Swan pond. It was built by the 12th Earl to house moneys and other animals.

The ice house. Ice was gather during the winter and was packed into this specially built cave. In many seasons, it would last through to the next winter providing ice cubes for the Earl's whisky (as well as lots of other things of course!)





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