Visitor Attraction Enhancement

Scone Palace Visitor Attraction Enhancement

Scone Estate is currently designing a planning application for a visitor attraction enhancement project at Scone Palace.

This includes the conversion of the existing stable block to a visitor centre with retail, restaurant and ticket office, in addition to

  • Adventure Playpark
  • New Paths
  • New Car Parking
  • Solar Meadow
  • Biomass Plant
  • New Pavilion Building
  • New green houses
  • Refurbishment of potting shed

Scone Estate would like to hear the views of the wider community on these proposals.

A consultation event was held on Tuesday 13th December between the hours of 15:00 and 20:00 at the Robert Douglas Memorial Institute (RDMI) (Robert Hall), 102 Abbey Rd, Scone, Perth PH2 6RU to discuss proposals.

A second event is being held on Tuesday 28th February 2023between the hours of 15:00 and 20:00 at the same venue, the Robert Douglas Memorial Institute (RDMI) (Robert Hall), 102 Abbey Rd, Scone, Perth, PH2 6RU, where the public will be able to discuss the updated plans, visuals and information on the proposal.

The information from the display boards from the consultation event are also shown on this website by clicking on this link.

There will also be an un-manned static display in the Coffee Shop in the Palace from Wednesday 1st March.

Please email any queries or comments on the proposal to

A Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) for the Scone Palace Visitor Attraction Enhancement project has been submitted to Perth and Kinross Council and sent to the Community Council as well as being advertised in the press. This notice is designed to let the public know that a planning application will be submitted in due course  for these proposals and it also lets them know that there will be two key opportunities to view and comment on the proposals in advance of the planning application process. The event advertised above is the first of these opportunities. A further event will be held at a later date.