It is easily reached from Edinburgh and Glasgow, and is well worth a one day trip.
The nearest station is Dunfermline.
The Palace, Study and Town House are in the care of the National Trust for Scotland . These are open afternoons only between Mid-March and the end of October. The restored town is a rare example of a 17th century burgh.
Ann Macdonald Culross Festival is in the process of finalising details for 2009 events and have moved the Music Festival forward to June. We hope you will enjoy the following and visit our website for further details and please note that tickets for June events, will be on sale at a later date.
Palm Sunday Concert Culross Abbey Linlithgow Rugby Club Male Voice Choir April 5th at 7pm. Pay at door - tickets £5 each in support of Christian Aid. Refreshments will be served after concert.
Culross Festival Music Weekend, Culross Abbey House Gardens from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th June. Red Hot Chilli Pipers Friday 5th June from 8pm. Tickets £15 Big Vern ‘n’ the Shootahs with support. Saturday, 6th June from 7.30pm. Tickets £10 Marriage of Figaro Open-air Opera performed by Opera Project Sunday, 7th June Garden open from 2pm for picnics Performance is from 4pm – 7pm with 20 minute interval. Tickets £25 Sorry, no dogs allowed in the garden except Guide Dogs Tickets forJune events will be available later from Rothes Halls Box Office 01592 611101 or book online via our website - www.culrossfestival.com