All Attractions

  • Atholl Palace Museum

    The Atholl Palace Museum, set in the old servant’s wing of the Atholl Palace Hotel, charts the history of the hotel from when it first opened as a Hydropathic establishment in 1878 through to its reopening after World War II and beyond. There are tales of bankruptcy, colourful entrepreneurs, Victorian read more

  • Blair Castle

    Blair Castle lies at the heart of Atholl Estates in Highland Perthshire. A visit to the castle takes the visitor on a journey into the fascinating past of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl. Unique amongst Scottish castles, the story told here will take you from a visit by Mary read more

  • Stanley Mills

    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

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    ST. JOHN’S KIRK OF PERTH

    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

  • The Black Watch Castle and Museum

    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.

  • The Fair Maid’s House

    The Royal Scottish Geographical Society’s visitor and education centre in the Fair Maid’s House is a geographical delight housed in the oldest secular building in Perth. Visitors can watch the planet from space and see the continents evolve in the Earth Room; learn about the hottest and coldest places on read more

  • Elcho Castle

    This is a castle to explore. Parade up the grand staircase or scurry up the service stair, venture into the well- appointed kitchen and admire the views over the countryside from the high battlements. This remarkably complete house of the 1500s was the country retreat of the wealthy Wemyss family. read more

  • Loch of the Lowes Wildlife Visitor Centre

    Loch of the Lowes offers stunning live views of Ospreys from the two hides and on tv screens in the visitor centre. There is other wildlife too such as Red Squirrels, Woodpeckers, Grebes and perhaps even Otters. The visitor centre has an amazing viewing window through which you can watch read more

  • House of Bruar

    Just off the A9, 8 miles North of Pitlochry with excellent coach parking. Superlative shopping awaits in the “Harrods of the North”. Sittings like a castle at the foot of the spectacular Bruar Falls, and widely acknowledged as Scotland’s most prestigious independent store, House of Bruar houses a great range read more

  • Huntingtower Castle

    Colonies of bats may now fly around the castle’s twin towers, but legend holds that a love-struck maiden once made the perilous leap between them. Find out more as you explore the many rooms of this complete castle, which boasts a fabulous painted ceiling of the 1500s, depicting strange beasts read more