Dewar's World of Whisky is a great distillery and whisky heritage visitor centre.
Located just outside Aberfeldy, you'll not only learn about making Aberfeldy Single Malt whisky, but also about the...Read more
Scone Palace is definitely a highlight of any visit to Perthshire - it is not only a significant place in Perthshire and Scottish history, it's also a beautiful place to...Read more
Edradour Distillery occupies a lovely position above the town of Pitlochry, and is well worth a visit even as a stopping off point on one of Pitlochry's great network of...Read more
Auchingarrich Wildlife Park is definately worth visiting during your stay in Perthshire. Animals surround you from the minute you turn off the road - keep your eyes open, the café...Read more
The Black Watch Castle & Museum, situated in the heart of Perth near the North Inch and River Tay, is home to Scotland's elite military regiment.
The museum is family friendly...Read more
The Famous Grouse Experience is one of the most popular visitor attractions in Scotland, telling the story of Scotland's best selling whisky.
Based at one of Scotland's oldest distilleries, Glenturret, this...Read more
Blair Castle has one of the most beautiful settings of any stately home, not just in Perthshire, but in the whole of Scotland. Set in the midst of the glorious...Read more
The Scottish Crannog Centre is a wonderful place to visit for families, history lovers or if you just love a wonderful Perthshire location by Kenmore, at the eastern end of...Read more
Perth Museum and Art Gallery is one of the oldest museums in the UK and houses nationally important collections covering the artistic, natural and social history of Perthshire.
Regular exhibitions are...Read more
Established in 1798 in the picturesque town of Pitlochry, Blair Athol Distillery is one of the oldest working distilleries in Scotland. The signature malt of the Bell's blend, Blair Athol...Read more
Perth is fortunate indeed to boast not only Scotland's newest concert hall, but also one of its finest traditional theatres.
Under the Horsecross banner, the two venues - just a couple...Read more
Dunkeld Cathedral is one of Scotland's great medieval churches, reminding us of a time when the small Perthshire town of Dunkeld was at the very centre of Scottish power.
The cathedral...Read more
Pitlochry Festival Theatre (Est.1951) attract over 100,000 visitors through their doors every year.
Enjoy six plays in six days, dine overlooking Pitlochry Dam & the River Tummel, and enjoy the Explorers Garden.
At Noah's they know how important it is your party is full of fun and one the kids will remember. The new state of the art structure has been designed...Read more
Active Kids Adventure Park offers a great day out for all the family. Indoor soft play for under 7s, relaxing café offering snacks & lunches, toy shop, outdoor adventure park,...Read more
Dunkeld & Birnam has an amazing facility in the Birnam Arts Centre. This is a not for profit, community owned and run arts centre. Set in the middle of the...Read more
The House of Bruar sits almost exactly equi-distant from Inverness and Edinburgh, just a few minutes walk away from the stunning Bruar Falls.
Famed as a unique shopping experience, The House...Read more