Last week members of DIWC went for a day trip to Scone Palace. We gathered at the centre at 9am and made our way to the Palace. Upon arriving at the Palace we were welcomed by a beautiful peacock and Hamish the cow. This got the children excited from the beginning of the trip.
We walked to the Palace and was given a tour around the ground. Scone Palace has an exciting history as one of Scotland’s most important stately homes. This was also the world’s famous crowning place of the King of Scots.The Palace has an outstanding collection of antiques, paintings and artefacts from around the world.
We then made our way to the garden for an afternoon picnic lunch. The sun was out, the peacocks flared their feather, and the children enjoyed themselves.We all brought our packed lunches and spent the afternoon chatting away under the bright Scottish sun.
Have a peek at the video below and watch how we spent the day at Scone Palace