We are delighted to announce that the exhibition at the Highland Games Centre will be open to the public initially on Saturday and Sunday from 3rd July to 4th September from 10 until 4. We encourage visitors to book via Eventbrite here to allow us to monitor numbers and capacity but walk-ins will be possible if allowed by maximum capacity and will be asked to pay cash at the door.
The visit is self-guided but a member of staff and volunteer team will be on hand to answer any questions. The Gatehouse Cafe' run by Country Flavours of Alford will be open at the same time and will offer delicious picnics for visitors to enjoy in the park...just like in the old days!
....and don't forget PARKING IS FREE AND ABUNDANT which means that you can start your day in Braemar from the Highlands Games Centre and work your way through Braemar, which is brimming with new shops and things to see and do!
Please note that we will not be open on the 24th July or the 14th August due to private functions.
Thank you for your support and patience so far.
Child (5-11) £1.00
Under 5's free.
On entering Braemar from the A93, proceed through the village over the bridge until you reach the small roundabout just in front of the café, 'taste'. On your left hand side you will see Broombank Terrace which leads to the games park, proceed up Broombank Terrace and through the gates where you will see the Centre on your left hand side.
The Pavilion is only a few minutes walk from the village centre.
Braemar is also serviced by a public bus which runs from Aberdeen.
The service number is 201 and is operated by Stagecoach originating at the bus station, Union Square Aberdeen.
For latest bus timetable, please visit the stagecoach website: Stagecoach
Cyclists, why not stop by and take advantage of our bicycle parking which is available.
The Duke of Rothesay Highland Games Pavilion
Princess Royal & Duke of Fife Memorial Park,
Broombank Terrace, Braemar AB35 5YX