Come and join us on 29th May, 11am – 4pm, for a fun, family-friendly event. Our Spring Food Festival will allow you to sample a variety of quality, local food and drink items whilst also enjoying the beautiful gardens of Glamis Castle.

Set on the lawn in front of Glamis Castle, our Spring Food Festival will have a dedicated food and drink area offering a taste of Angus. A variety of food and drink traders will be available for you to connect with whilst also enabling you the opportunity to purchase goods.  There will be outdoor food operators available on the day where you can tuck into a tasty lunch or snack options.

Our Castle Kitchen offers a freshly prepared table d’hôte menu and a choice of exquisite Afternoon Tea options.  All menus take full advantage of the quality ingredients that can be found locally, some even from our very own Estate farm and gardens. To view our Castle Kitchen menus, click here.

Your ticket to the Spring Food Festival also grants you access to the Glamis extensive gardens, children’s play area, free wi-fi and free car parking.

Our gardens are beautiful throughout the year and you can explore the Walled Garden, Italian Garden, Nature Trail and Macbeth Trail. Plenty of wildlife call our gardens home so it may be that you can spot red squirrels, herons, deer and pheasants when visiting.

Local traders will be on hand to sell their produce. Please see below a list of confirmed suppliers to date:

  • Brown St Brewing Company
  • Carnoustie Distillery
  • The Littlest Herb Company
  • Turadh Distillery
  • Strathearn Cheese
  • Glenkilrie Larder
  • Woodmill Game
  • Screaming Peacock
  • Spice Harmony
  • Just Herbal Teas
  • Lizzie’s Biscuit Box
  • Good Life Farming
  • Falls of Dochart Smokehouse
  • DH Beers Ltd
  • Candy Dreams
  • E & O Fish
  • Cakes by Alli-Baba
  • Feragaia
  • Baked by Belle Truffles
  • Hometown Cheesecakes
  • Denhead Farm Produce

To book tickets for the event, please select the date 29th May from the Gardens and Grounds ticket availability options where a £3 supplement fee will be added per transaction: