The games take place in a field in the castle grounds. The grass is cut for ease of access around the main ring, and topped in the car park. We have a limited number of disabled parking spaces, so we recommend arriving early. Once they are filled our helpful car parking volunteers will try their best to find a suitable space. There is also a disabled toilet onsite.
Yes, well behaved canine friends are very welcome as long as they keep their owners on a short lead!
Tickets can be purchased at the gate on the day. Unfortunately we do not have the facility at this time to take prior bookings. If you are the organiser of a large group, please contact the secretary who will help you make arrangements to make your arrival at the Games as easy as possible.
Unfortunately it isn’t possible to turn up on the day and take part in our events. Our competitors spend a lot of time training and practising the techniques involved in the events that take place at highland games, so due to health and safety we cannot allow inexperienced people to compete. Experience level is left to the discretion of our knowledgeable judges and committee. All competitors are also required to be registered with their respective governing bodies prior to Games day. On a positive note though, we do have races for the kids, and we also have an International Visitors race that takes place later on in the afternoon – listen to our commentator and he’ll keep you well informed.