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This busy little market is the perfect place to spend a few hours browsing local vendors and enjoying the vibrant atmosphere.
Loch Dunmore is a beautiful freshwater loch located near Pitlochry in the Scottish Highlands. There are lovely scenic walks around Loch Dunmore that offer stunning views of the surrounding hills and woodland.
The Pitlochry Boating Station offers and exciting day out! You can hire Ocean Kayas, Stand Up Paddle Boards, Pedaloes, Rowing Boats for an adventure on Loch Faskally or take out an Electric & Standard Mountain Bikes on the glorious woodland paths in the area.
The hidden gem of Scottish Golf including a covered Golf Range and Academy with practice greens & bunkers. 6 Hole short course fun for the whole family, great rates include clubs & balls. This family friendly facility has clubs, trollies, & buggies available for hire, lessons available, with PGA professionals on site.
Fantastic fun for the whole family, old and young. Located just off the Pitlochry high street. Putters and balls provided. Open 7 days April to October on Rie-Achan Rd, on the way to the dam and fish ladder.
Vale of Atholl Pipe Band, Highland & Scottish dancing, songs & music. Adults £7, Children £1. Monday evenings during the summer months (May to end of August) at the Recreation Ground. In the event of heavy rain we will move to Pitlochry Town Hall.
Heartland Tours offer a wide range of private tours including Glencoe, Fort William, Isle of Skye, Loch Ness, Inverness-shire, Fife or Speyside. Driver & guide Eddie Thomson is a retired Senior Detective, trained to Advanced Driver level. A choice of a BMW 6 Series GT M suitable for 4 passengers or people carrier for up to 8 passengers.
This tiny craft brewery produces 4 real ales, including Braveheart Ale, with souvenir bottled beer available. Situated behind the 300 year old Moulin Hotel, in the centre of Moulin village just north of Pitlochry.
The Atholl Palace Museum is set in the old servant's wing, charts the history of the hotel from when it opened as a Hydropathic establishment in 1878 to its re-opening after World War II & beyond. Tales of bankruptcy, colourful entrepreneurs, Victorian servant's, unusual & torturous spa treatments, renovations, & war time evacuees turning hotel to school.
Situated on the banks of the River Tummel, Pitlochry's newest visitor attraction features an engaging interactive exhibition on Scotland's hydro heritage. The dog friendly centre also features a welcoming cafe and a locally sourced gift shop.
Open for tours all year round, including over the Festive Season. Last tour 1 hour before closing. Mash Tun Bar offering a wide variety of whiskies, cocktails and food pairings.
Swing from a specially designed platform 40m above the River Garry. Rigged in a full body harness they quick release you from above, dropping into a free fall of around 15m, you accelerate through an arc under the bungee platform.
Highland Fling Bungee, 3 miles from Pitlochry, is a fabulous spot to bungee jump for 14 years old to over 65 year old from a platform suspended 40 metres (132feet) above the River Garry at the entrance to the spectacular and historic Pass of Killiecrankie
We focus on ‘Pitlochry for kids’ highlighting all the things to do with kids in Highland Perthshire.
Walk Scotland delivers year round walking activities suitable for all abilities and ages, young and old, low level to high level walks from half day strolls, through to your first Munro (mountain over 3,000 feet) and multi-day expeditions. Navigation skills using a map and compass.
Queens View Pitlochry is one of the most photographed views in Scotland. Considered by many as Scotland's finest view.
Home to much of the written heritage of Pitlochry and Moulin ranging from the archaeology, the story of how the women of the Parish paid their yearly rents by spinning and weaving linen, local genealogy, Church History and much more.
Perthshire beavers are established and you can get close. They are European beavers and an ideal spot is close to a beaver lodge. It is an amazing experience watching a family of beavers.
HeatherGems create an imaginative range of Scottish jewellery and gift-ware from natural heather stems, the Visitor Centre and Factory Shop is in the centre of Pitlochry, directly behind the Tourist Information Centre.
If you are travelling to Pitlochry by Bus or train, you might be wondering what you can do in Pitlochry without a car? There is a lot that you can do, and even more if you enjoy walking!