Scotland’s Oldest Working Distillery – Est.1775 Since its origins among the smugglers and illicit stills of the 18th Century, it has had some fascinating stories to tell. Whisky booms and prohibition might have ruffled its feathers, but The Glenturret scotch malt whisky, still made by hand in the traditional way, Read more [...]
Welcome to St. John’s Kirk of Perth, one of Scotland’s most important burgh churches . It is Perth’s most ancient building, and sits at the very centre of the old Royal Burgh. Its unique broach spire has dominated Perth for over 500 years St. John’s Kirk of Perth is a 4 Read more [...]
17th June , 12 noon – 4pm Inflatable adventure – includes, slides, bouncy castles, fun run’s, Dedicated under 5’s section and much much more. Come along and enjoy the adventure – unlimited use wristbands £10 all day play
Small, special and a heritage treasure trove: Scotland’s first lending library is a museum with a difference. We offer bespoke, personal tours for lovers of history, culture and of course, books. Perfect for small tours, study trips and people looking for ‘something different’. Our elegant 18th century building, beside the Read more [...]
Crieff & Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst annually celebrates the life, work and play of the people who made Crieff the cattle-droving crossroads of Scotland in the 1700s. The modern day Tryst is a walking festival run by volunteers and built around a programme of guided walks in the stunning scenery and Read more [...]
Discover what life was like 2,500 years ago at the Scottish Crannog Centre, a unique reconstruction of an ancient loch dwelling in the heart of beautiful Perthshire. Fun, exciting, inspirational and Informative, this award-winning centre has something for everyone, from the youngest explorer to the serious knowledge seeker The distinctive Read more [...]
Located on the edge of the City of Perth, Scone Palace has an exciting and colourful history as one of Scotland's most important stately homes. It is the true home of the Stone of Destiny, has been the seat of parliaments and the crowning place of the Kings of Scots, including Macbeth and Robert the Bruce.
Picturesquely sited on the banks of the Tay, Stanley Mills was founded to process cotton at the height of the Industrial Revolution, finally closing in 1989. There are superb interactive display and games that help you to experience working life here. Listen to the Gaelic poetry and stories of the Read more [...]
The Black Watch Museum is housed in the historic Balhousie Castle. The origins of the Castle are said to date back to the 12th century. The Five Star Museum shares the story of the iconic Black Watch Regiment, Scotland's Premier Highland Regiment. The Museum also has a popular gift shop which offers a wide of products from regimental memorabilia to handpicked Scottish gifts.