Your guide to the Pitlochry What to Do section of the Pitlochry web site. There is a huge choice, from fabulous views, to wildlife and Ospreys, to a unique recreated Scottish Crannog the only one in the UK, to a cathedral, cinema and a craft breweryat the other end of the scale.
Choose what to add to your Pitlochry What to Do list and add these items to your Trip Planner, within this web site. Once you are on the detailed page explaining what the attraction has to offer, you click on the ‘Add to Trip’ button, to collect all the items together. Once you have completed your research, you can print off your Trip Planner or e-mail it to yourself or friends. This allows you to plan what to do when in the Pitlochry area.
Loch Tay Safaris Kenmore
Suitable for 5 to 85 year olds, this brand new (for 2017), purpose built rib with cabin will take you on a journey of discovery on Perthshire's largest loch. You will learn about the history from the ancient and mysterious standing stone to dramatic ruined castles, mystical and spellbinding stories and breath-taking landscapes. We are sure you will not be disappointed. READ MOREAddress:Pier Road, Kenmore, Perthshire PH15 2HG
Loch of the Lowes Wildlife Centre
Loch of the Lowes Wildlife Centre Home to the Uk's oldest breeding osprey 'Lady' who has been on the same nest since 1990. Hides also good for birds, otters, pine marten, beavers, deer READ MOREAddress:Dunkeld PH8 0HH
Birnam Arts Dunkeld
The Beatrix Potter Exhibition celebrates her holidays here as a child and the story of Peter Rabbit. The Beatrix Potter Garden is also well worth seeing. It has an excellent cafe known for its teas, coffees, light bites and lunches. Also a venue for regular touring shows, and a conference venue too. READ MOREAddress: Station Rd, Birnam, Dunkeld PH8 0DS
Scottish Crannog Centre
An authentic reconstruction of an Iron Age loch-dwelling, found across Scotland and Ireland and dating from the early Iron Age some 2,500 years ago. This is a real MUST visit, if you are interested in living Scottish history. The only one of its kind in the UK. READ MOREAddress:Kenmore Loch Tay, Loch Tay, Aberfeldy PH15 2HY
The Pass of Killiecrankie
A popular attraction 3 miles north of Pitlochry, the visitor centre tells the story of the Battle of Killiecrankie and the wildlife in the SSSI pass. READ MOREAddress:a road on a street near a place G7 4YR PH16 5LG
Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre
The new £4million Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre opened its doors of 31st January 2017. Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre has exhibitions on Heritage, Pitlochry Dam, the Life Cycle of the Salmon, Power from the Glens, Green Energy in Scotland and Managing Habitats. Free Entry (No admission charges). The state of the art café offers drinks and light snacks. READ MOREAddress:Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre, Armoury Road, Pitlochry PH16 5BF
St Marys Church Grantully
An exceptionally fine and rare example of a survivor of a pre-Reformation rural parish chapel. The austere exterior gives no hint of the extravagant and sophisticated painted ceiling inside. This is one of two principal surviving ecclesiastical painted ceilings left in Scotland. READ MOREAddress:Off the A827 200m from Grantully Castle Grandtully to Aberfeldy Road Perthshire PH15 2EQ