Welcome to Pitlochry Scotland
Pitlochry is the largest town in Highland Perthshire and is the tourist centre for this area of Scotland. It established reputation as a tourist destination from the time of the railway arriving here over 150 years ago.
This web site is produced by people who live and work here, with the objective of helping those who travel here get the most out of their visit.
Our dedicated You Tube Channel full of short videos of the Pitlochry area.
The best of Pitlochry
Pitlochry is set beneath its own mountain Ben-Y-Vrackie, with the main Glasgow and Edinburgh to Inverness railway passing through the town. The main trunk road, the A9, that connects the busy central belt of Scotland to the Highlands also passes by the town. The excellent road and rail network is an important reason for the town's success as a tourist town.
Many of the town's buildings are in the Victorian Scottish Baronial architecture style giving a very special character, which is much photographed by visitors. The Scottish Baronial architecture has its origins in the sixteenth century. Pioneered by figures including Sir Walter Scott in the nineteenth century, it frequently features towers adorned by small turrets.
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The walk network is arguably the best in Scotland, catering for all abilities. For more details on the Walks. There are many fine golf courses in and around Pitlochry. The highland scenery in abundance, there are castles , distilleries and some fabulous gardens.
The town's biggest attraction is the Dam and fish ladder which has a new visitor centre; it has two distilleries within the town, the Festival Theatre often called 'The Theatre in the Hills' is one of the best theatres in Scotland, if not Britain, best known for its rolling repertoire of 6 or 7 summer plays and for the many other performances throughout the year.
This Pitlochy web site is produced by people who have lived here for over 17 years.
The Explore Highland Perthshire Guide is published each year, and comes out at Easter, in time for the season. If you wish to have an entry, then please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to view the whole Guide, then just click the image below