The Arboretum. Linking the 18th-century Robert Adam designed Avenue Bridge and the Walled Garden is our Arboretum.


Before its rejuvination the site was a boggy, untidy and dense mass of non-native trees and scrub. Now, our magnificent collection of trees hosts more than 500 specimens and a range of shrubs and woodland flowers. To the east of the site are two newly created lochans, which are a haven for a wide range of wildlife. At the centre of the Arboretum sits the woodland shelter, a magnificent structure created by the students of The Prince’s Foundation.