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7th September 2024

(2025 Gathering - Sat 6th Sept) 


The 2023 Gathering will take place on Saturday 2nd Sept 2023. Tickets on sale now, click button above.

                              *Please note dogs are not allowed in the Games Park (except disability dogs)*

Free parking is available on entry to the village, more info here

UK bookings are subject to a £3.50 GBP booking fee, rest of the world £5.00 GBP booking fee. This booking fee

may be displayed as 'Shipping' on the order confirmation, but it includes processing, printing and other costs

associated with creating your ticket.

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The Braemar Gathering is always held on the first Saturday in September in The Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park in Braemar.

While there have been Gatherings of one sort or another at Braemar since the days of King Malcolm Canmore nine hundred years ago, the Gathering has been run in its present form since 1832. During much of that time large crowds have come each year to acclaim their Monarch as Chieftain of the Braemar Gathering. 


Traditionally, the organisers of the Gathering were the Braemar Highland Society, originally established as the Braemar Wright Society in July 1815 and granted  Royal status by Queen Victoria in1866.  It is the oldest surviving Friendly Society in the UK.  


In 2002 the Society set up the Braemar Royal Highland Charity (BRHC), a wholly owned subsidiary, to undertake all of its charitable activities, including the organising of the annual Braemar Gathering. 


Since 1848, The Gathering has been attended regularly by the reigning Monarch and members of the Royal Family. The foot races at The Gathering are the world’s oldest, having been organised on a regular basis since 1832. 

The Braemar Royal Highland Charity organises and runs the Gathering and manages the Duke of Rothesay Highland Games Pavillion and Visitor Centre, which opened to the public in March 2019 and which houses heritage items dating back to the first games which took place under the Society auspices in 1832.   


The charitable aims of the BRH Charity are the following: 


  • to foster and promote local community development 

  • to educate the general public about the history, traditions, sports, language and culture and heritage of Scotland 

  • to organise the Braemar Gathering, and 

  • to organise sporting other recreational events and make available to all comers  


We need your support. 

As a charity, we rely on voluntary donations from individuals, companies and sponsors to undertake all of this charitable work, including the organising of the annual Braemar Gathering. The impact of the Covid pandemic on our income has been significant, as a result of the regrettable but necessary decisions to cancel the Gatherings in 2020 and 2021. Your support has never been more important. 


If you would like to know how your support can make a difference to the work of the BRH Charity and the Braemar Gathering, please click here.

For press enquiries:

Find out more about the Duke of Rothesay Highland Games Pavilion and Visitor Centre 

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Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park, Braemar


For All TICKET ENQUIRIES please contact;

Tel: +441339741098

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For general queries (do not call secretary about tickets) please contact the secretary via email:


The Duke of Rothesay Highland Games Pavilion,

Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park,

Broombank Terrace,



AB35 5YX

Scottish Charity No. SCO37233

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