All Attractions

  • 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 [...]

  • Branklyn Gardens

    Discover a magnificent garden with an impressive collection of rare and unusual plants. Among them is the Himalayan blue poppy, Meconopsis x sheldonii and rare golden cedrus. Seasonal highlights include the renowned collection of primulas, alpines and rhododendrons in May and June while in the autumn the garden comes to Read more [...]

  • Willowgate Activity Centre

    Open All Year Round, Willowgate offers Water-based & Land based activities as well as events and equipment hire. Catering for your needs we can deliver for individuals to large groups over 150. A wide range of activities including Stand Up Paddleboarding, Aqua Zorbing, Archery, Highland Games, Tay River Kayak trips Read more [...]

  • Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery

    Your visit to Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery, Scotland’s most exciting and innovative brand home combines tradition with the latest interactive technology to tell the story of the Dewar family. Just three miles from the birth place of founder John Dewar, the Aberfeldy Distillery is the only distillery built by the Dewar Read more [...]

  • Highland Safaris

    HIGHLAND SAFARIS winner of the ‘Best Visitor Experience’ in Scotland combines our new Red Deer Centre with our award winning exhilarating land rover safaris, inspiring walking and biking activities and Perthshire’s only Gold and Gem Panning Centre. Relax and enjoy the Highland Safaris café and shop set in a unique Read more [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]