Attractions

Top Choice Distillery in Pitlochry

Edradour Distillery

This is proudly Scotland’s smallest and most picturesque distillery and one of the best to visit: you can see the whole process, easily explained, in one building. It’s 2.5 miles east of Pitlochry by car, along the …
Historic Site in Pitlochry

Pass of Killiecrankie

The beautiful, rugged Pass of Killiecrankie, 3.5 miles north of Pitlochry, where the River Garry tumbles through a narrow gorge, was the site of the 1689 Battle of Killiecrankie that ignited the Jacobite rebellion. …
Gardens in Pitlochry

Explorers Garden

This gem of a garden is based around plants brought to Scotland by 18th- and 19th-century Scottish botanists and explorers such as David Douglas (after whom the Douglas fir is named), and celebrates 300 years of co…
Distillery in Pitlochry

Blair Athol Distillery

Tours here focus on whisky making and the blending of this well-known dram. More detailed private tours give you greater insights and superior tastings.
Gallery in Pitlochry

Wild Space

This combined art gallery, interpretation centre and bookshop is run by environmental charity the John Muir Trust. It stages exhibitions of contemporary landscape art, and sells maps, walking guides, and wildlife- a…
Museum in Pitlochry

Killiecrankie Visitor Centre

Located near the site of the Battle of Killiecrankie, this visitor centre has great interactive displays on the Jacobite rebellion and local flora and fauna. There's plenty to touch, pull and open – great for kids.