William Adam's creation Duff House is one of Scotland's most important houses.
Duff House contains a wonderful collection of paintings and furniture on loan from the National Galleries of Scotland.
Information on the tearoom and shop including menus and special offers.
Enjoy a peaceful walk in the grounds, laid out in the 18th century by the 2nd Earl.
Duff House is an hour's drive north of Aberdeen in the north east of Scotland, in easy distance of two airports to UK and European destinations.
Examine a unique Rembrandt etching that has been rediscovered in the Print Room of the Scottish National Gallery.
Admire the beautiful oil painting by John Lavery, an Irish painter who studied at the Glasgow School of Art. Enjoy this rare opportunity to view this masterpiece that was last exhibited in 1940.
The Friends of Duff House present a series of talks on Thursday afternoons. Timed to allow a delicious light lunch in the tea room and/or afternoon tea afterwards!
Step into the 1800s and meet the Duke of Fife as he celebrates Christmas in his magnificent home and learn where our festive traditions originate from.