Brodie Castle is a 16th-century castle near Inverness, Scotland. It was the seat of the Brodie Clan from 1567 until 1980 when the National Trust took over ownership. The castle retains some aspects of its 16th-century construction, such as the vaulted guard house, along with elements from its 19th-century renovations. The National Trust has restored the castle to show what everyday life might have looked like for one of Scotland's most ancient clans. Visitors can explore the towers, passageways, and different rooms of the castle. The castle contains artwork, antique furniture, and other unusual artifacts, and the library holds approximately 6,000 volumes.
The outside of Brodie Castle is worth exploring as well. The estate covers an area of about 175 acres including landscaped gardens, a large pond, a walled garden, a wooded walkway, and a nature trail with observation hides for viewing wildlife.
Brodie Castle is located about 4.5 miles from the town of Forres and 24 miles from Inverness.