Scottish Festival




Scottish Festival celebrates the Scottish heritage of the Queen Mary. This unique ship exemplifies the fine craftsmanship of Scotland and is proud to be the most famous ship built on the River Clyde.

Activities Include:

  • Highland and Country Dancing
  • Musical Entertainment featuring “Men of Worth,” “Alex Beaton” as well as a variety of other soon to be announced acts
  • Historical Reenactment
  • Scottish and British Merchandise
  • Authentic Scottish Foods and Ales
  • A Colorful Grand Parade Saturday and Sunday at Noon with the Massed Pipes and Drums, Clans, and Special Guest Grand Marshals
  • Single Malt Scotch Whisky Tasting
  • Sheepdog Herding Demonstrations in the Events Park. A demonstration of sheep herding by Boarder Collies and other breeds. This is a must-see event and a wonderful opportunity for the wee ones to pet the dogs and sheep.
  • Single Malt Scotch and Food Pairing Dinner
  • Kid’s Zone


February 18-20, 2011

Admission Fee

One-Day Pass
Adult - $18.00 ($22.00 after 2/1)
Seniors/Military - $16.00 ($20.00 after 2/1)
Child (age 5-11) - $12.00 ($15.00 after 2/1)

Two-Day Pass
Adult - $24.00 ($28.00 after 2/1)
Seniors/Military - $22.00 ($26.00 after 2/1)
Child (age 5-11) - $16.00 ($20.00 after 2/1)

Admission includes Self-Guided Shipwalk Tour and historic exhibits.
Parking is an additional charge.

Men of Worth Concert
All Ages - $15.00

Single Malt Whisky Tasting
21 and over - $25.00

Single Malt Whisky Pairing Dinner
21 and over - $65.00


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