Your guide to the best places to visit in Pitlochry. One of the advantages you have is that Pitlochry is a small highland town, so everything is within walking distance. You are able to get a feel for the town as you walk to the various attractions.
ALSO check out these links. In addition to this page we have dedicated pages highlighting specific activities that you might also like to consider, as follows:-
• Pitlochry Distillery
• Pitlochry Dam circular walk
• Pitlochry Putting Green
• Pitlochry Golf Course, Driving Range and 6 hole pitch and put
Highland Nights are highlight of the summer months. An excellent display by Pitlochry Pipe Band with Highland Dancers. Every Monday evening May to early September.
Music in Pitlochry – there are a number of excellent live music venues in the town.
We have also detailed the places to visit near Pitlochry. You also need to take in to account the immediate surrounding area, with a 45 mins drive offers much to do and see. For a small town it punches above it weight with regards to places to visit in Pitlochry.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre
The six plays in a week during the main summer season for 2020 have been rescheduled to 2021 due to the Corona Virus. Pitlochry Festival Theatre is a highly respected popular theatre which operates all year round. It is a MUST when you come here on holiday. It is always worth checking out what is on during your stay. READ MOREAddress:Port-Na-Craig Rd, Pitlochry PH16 5DR
Pitlochry and Moulin Heritage Centre
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. Well worth a visit. READ MOREAddress:Moulin Kirk, Moulin Square, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5EH
Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre
The new £4million Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre opened its doors of 31st January 2017. Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre has exhibitions on Heritage, Pitlochry Dam, the Life Cycle of the Salmon, Power from the Glens, Green Energy in Scotland and Managing Habitats. Free Entry (No admission charges). The state of the art café offers drinks and light snacks. READ MOREAddress:Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre, Armoury Road, Pitlochry PH16 5BF
Queens View Pitlochry
This is a MUST visit if you are staying in Pitlochry area. It is Scotland's finest and most photographed view. Its name dates back to the time of Robert the Bruce, named after his Queen. Queen Victoria's diary show that she thought it had been named after her, even though she had never been there. There is also an excellent cafe and good souvenir shop. READ MOREAddress: Pitlochry PH16 5NR
Tel: 01350 727284
Pitlochry for kids
7 ideas of what there is to do for kids in Pitlochry and 9 suggestions for kids in the nearby Perthshire, area. Children are well catered for, as there is a good variety of activities for all ages on offer. From activities that cost no money to specific child friendly day long activities, where you give your kids away for the day. They will enjoy a day full of activities with their piers, while Mum and Dad can have a break too, enjoying their own time. READ MORE