Bishop's and Earl's Palaces

Located next to the spectacular St Magnus’ Cathedral, these are two of Scotland’s finest palaces. The 12th-century Bishop’s Palace was built around the same time as the cathedral, as a grand residence for its bishop. It was later incorporated into the elegant Earl’s Palace, built around 1600 for Earl Patrick Stewart to flaunt his wealth and power.

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