Scottish Game Fair at Scone Palace Scottish Game Fair at Scone Palace

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Scottish Game Fair at Scone Palace

Scone Palace, Perth, PH2 6BD, United Kingdom | 01738 554826 | Website

Not great but not terrible


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This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Powerchair


I was very happy to be able to return to the gamefair for the first time since being in a wheelchair (5 years). They provide a free carer pass which is always great as I require a carer. There was no rain this week so the ground was dry! The paths were very bumpy and gravely, it would have been awful in my manual wheelchair and I ended up trying to stay on the grass next to the path as it was short. In the actual tents the grass was long though and my wheels spun a bit on it an I got stuck once! Sorted with a push though. The big disappointment to me was Artists in Action as it was on a raised platform with no wheelchair access! There were quite a few tents like this but this was the one I really wanted to see. There was a ramp that was also really high of the ground which made no sense, they could have added a ramp that actually reached the ground. However, I still had a great day! It was so much fun and there were so many great stalls

Transport & Parking


There is free parking *near* to the entrance but the grass is quite long and was a challenge for my powerchair so pushing a manual wheelchair would be difficult. It’s still fairly far to walk (unless your there first thing) so iff your hiring a wheelchair or scooter then be aware you may need to walk a good 40 feet min to the entrance. Kudos for the free parking though.





The accessible toilet was great! Smooth ramp up, huge space, even with a shower! I didnt see a changing places toilet though and you would NOT want to change someone on those floors.



I didn’t really speak to any official staff but there were a lot of volunteers . Stall holders were all so friendly and helpful

Anything else you wish to tell us?

I’d only recommend going in a manual wheelchair if you’re ok with it being bumpy and you’d need to have some good upper body strength to self-propell. Most of the event is totally accessible though. There aren’t many seats if you need a rest and are on crutches. But I still had an amazing day!


Photo of the paths. Photo of the ramp for artists in action. Photo of the accessible bathroom. Photo of the paths. Photo of the Scottish Game Fair.

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