rmadale Castle, Gardens & Museum of the Isles on the Isle of Skye is the ‘spiritual home’ of Clan Donald. Formerly
the seat of the Macdonalds of Sleat, the 20,000-acre Highland estate is the perfect introduction to the magic of the
Isle of Skye. Armadale is managed by the Foundation’s primary beneficiary and partner, Clan Donald Lands Trust.
CDLT was formed in 1971 to save the last remaining remnants of the once vast clan lands as a focal point for Clan history and
activity worldwide – and the embodiment of their efforts is simply stunning. Visitors can secure their best sampling of the Isles
in Armadale’s historic gardens and woodland trails around the romantic ruins of the Castle, discover 1500 years of Highland
history in their award-winning Museum of the Isles, and join the celebration of Scottish history and heritage.
This is a long-term architectural development program to restore key buildings
on the site and open them up for public learning and enjoyment.
Patron Wall located within Stables House
Different colors designate different giving levels
e.g. $1,000 to $10,000
This Garden restoration and expansion program supports new planting and other
enhancements within the 40-acre historic garden at Armadale Castle.
Accurately mapped display with names, donor levels
(if any), genus /species of host tree names
Professionally designed, standardized brass plaques
to choose from
Key for visitors to use to easily locate memorial
Turn-key services for memorial i.e. Piper,
Donations to this award-winning museum include development of new displays,
educational programs, interpretations and digitalization of collected records.
Memorial Wall at Museum where
brass plaques are affixed
Standardized choices of brass plaques
provided by Armadale which in turn affix
to a brass base for classic presentation