Falkland Palace: Gardens and Designed Landscape
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Dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries, the attractive well-stocked gardens were re-designed by Percy Cane in 1947-52. The Royal Palace is category A listed.
Outstanding. The design by Percy Cane gives Falkland Palace gardens outstanding value as a Work of Art.
Falkland Palace is designated by Historic Environment Scotland under the "Gardens and Designed Landscapes" category (reference GDL00176).
It is entirely within the Falkland Conservation Area, and includes a number of listed buildings:
- Falkland Palace
- Falkland Castle
- Royal Stables and Tennis Court
- Private Bridge over Castle Shotts
- Falkland Palace garden walls
- the location of the former house known as Burleigh Castle
The general area of the Palace is also a scheduled monument.
Additionally the boundary as shown on the HES map includes the following separate buildings:
- HES record for GDL00176. The full description gives much more detail.