Things to do in Pitlochry
Picturesque Victorian tourist destination and still a popular hub for travellers today
Sunnybrae Cottage FREE
This modest cottage is possibly the oldest house in Pitlochry.
|Atholl Road, Pitlochry on the A924|
Killiecrankie Visitor Centre
On 27 July 1689 the peace and tranquility of this beautiful gorge was shattered when the first shots fired in the Jacobite cause.
Linn Of Tummel
Enjoy a peaceful wooded walk to the place where the Rivers Garry and Tummel meet. Home to a rich variety of wildlife.
Dunfallandy Stone FREE
An exceptionally well-preserved Pictish cross-slab with ornate decoration including human figures and Pictish symbols.
|1m south of Pitlochry off the A924|
The Trust owns 20 houses in Cathedral and High Streets; most date from the rebuilding of the town after the Battle of Dunkeld.
St Mary's Church, Grandtully FREE
A 16th-century parish church, with a finely painted wooden ceiling illustrating heraldic and symbolic subjects, added in the 1630s.
|3m north east of Aberfeldy off the A827|
Visit one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland.☎ 01796472095
Falls Of Bruar
Some of the most spectacular waterfalls in Perthshire.
The Enchanted Forest
Scotland’s premier annual sound and light event, or you can visit the forest at anytime.☎ 08712887655
The 4.5ha hilltop consists of open heathland with scattered Scots pines. Locally important for butterflies, with fourteen species.
|off A924 at Moulin|
1.5 m (2.4 km) North of Pitlochry
The Hermitage Woodland FREE
An attractive woodland walk leads though spectacularly large Douglas firs to the amazing folly, Ossian's Hall.
Off Road Driving Experiences.☎ 01350728700
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