Dalmeny House & the Rosebery Family
Dalmeny House was completed in 1817 and sits in rolling parkland to the West of Edinburgh. With spectacular views overlooking the Firth of Forth, the house is home to The 7th Earl and Countess of Rosebery.
Although very much a family home, the house is open to the public for viewings and corporate events.
The inspired architecture of the house will fascinate some. Others will be enticed by the extraordinary collection of antique furniture, artworks and curious objects.
The house, estate & Primrose family are steeped in the most engaging history. Through exploring these pages we hope to share a little of that with you.
House & History
Visit Dalmeny House & its collections
Inside Dalmeny House
Explore the house & its history
Rosebery & Rothschild arts & objects
Rosebery Family History
The Primrose history & family tree
An ideal corporate venue near Edinburgh
The 5th Earl
The Earl who became Prime Minister
Dalmeny House & its stunning landscapes in film
The Shore Walk
4½ mile walk from South Queensferry to Cramond