Attractions and Events in and around Pitlochry
The Blair Athol Distillery opened in 1798, making it one of Scotlandís oldest, and the Edradour Distillery is Scotlandís smallest and there are plenty more on the whiskey trail.
Castles in the area are plentiful. Blair Castle, the ancient seat of the Dukes of Atholl for almost 740 years has its own private army. Scone Palace, the home of Lord and Lady Mansfield, Glamis Castle home of our late Queen Mother and Balmoral, the highland Home of the Queen are all near by.
There are many other interesting places to explore including the House of Bruar where you can shop all day.
We are renowned for one of the best cycle races in Britain during the month of May and the Horse Trials held in Blair Castle in August.
Outdoor activities include fishing, numerous walks, golf, water sports and the local leisure centre.
The Pitlochry Highland games is a wonderful day for all the family.
The Autumn Festival from mid October to November is also a wonderful time as Pitlochry hosts the Enchanted Forest. Pitlochry is fast becoming the place to be at Hogmanay and New Year with the famous street party.