£12, to include tea.
CANCELLED DUE TO UNAVOIDABLE CIRCUMSTANCES WITH THE VENUE.
By kind permission of Mr and Mrs Claus Perch.
Craigstoun Castle (1604-07) built by John Urquhart of Craigfintry, is a Scots Renaissance house in Turriff, Aberdeenshire. It was extended by William Adam who added its wings and laid out the gardens between 1733 and 1734, and then extended by John Smith in 1838. The interior features numerous wood carvings dating back to the seventeenth century as well as antique furnishings and detailing. Cost: £12, to include tea.
The Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland encourages the protection, preservation, study and appreciation of Scotland’s historic buildings. We have over 1000 members throughout Scotland and beyond, arranged in to six regional groups each with their own trips, events and casework.
The Society produces an academic journal and a magazine each year, the former being the only publication of new architectural heritage research in the country. We also campaign on major heritage issues to ensure the sensitive and appropriate use of the historic environment.