The Royal Burgh of Culross is a unique survival, a town that time has passed by; the most complete example in Scotland today of a Burgh of the 17th and 18th centuries.
* VisitScotland rate Culross as 4 star visitor attraction
* The Palace: a 16th century merchant's house (Sir George Bruce) noted for his internal painted walls and ceilings
* Numerous 16th and 17th century houses can be seen when walking through the town
Garden: all year, daily 10-6 or dusk if earlier.
Palace, Study, and Town House: 1 Apr to 31 May, Thur-Mon 12-5; 1 Jun to 30 Aug, daily 12-5; 2 Sep to 31 Oct, Thur-Mon 12-5 (4pm in Oct).
Access to The Study and Town House is by guided tour only. Tours depart from palace reception every hour. First tour departs 1pm, last tour departs 4pm (3pm in October). Tours last approx 1 hour.
Bessie Bar Tearoom: open same dates as Palace until 5.30pm (4.30 in Oct)