Edradour Distillery is Scotland's smallest distillery, the last of the traditional 'farm' distilleries it is open all year, operated by three men producing limited quantities of hand crafted malts, which are also bottled on the premises.
Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre
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.
Pitlochry's own small craft brewery producing four popular real ales, Ale of Atholl, Braveheart, Old Redial and a Light Ale. Free tours all year!
Scotland's finest and most photographed view is six miles from Pitlochry. Its name dates back to the time of Robert the Bruce, named after his Queen.
Hercules Garden Blair Atholl, by Pitlochry
Named after the life-sized statue of Hercules which overlooks the garden, planned by the 2nd Duke of Atholl in the C18th, restored by the 10th Duke.
Highland Offroad - www.highlandoffroad.co.uk
Get the adrenalin pumping with a Land Rover Experience. In the heart of the rugged Highland countryside, you can crank up the speed and thoroughly immerse yourself in the all-terrain capability of the Land Rover.
Highland Safaris - www.highlandsafaris.net
Highland safaris are a brilliant way to experience the stunning scenery and mass of wildlife in the nearby area. The safari takes you on a journey through the Highlands, getting you closer to the many amazing animals that inhabit it including deer, grouse, Mountain Hare or Golden Eagle.
Loch Tay Safaris - www.lochtaysafaris.net
Cruise Loch Tay on a modern custom-built boat is comfortable, fast, dry & gets in close to the inaccessible parts of the loch to explore the wildlife & nature; an inspirational journey suitable for all ages.
Heartland Tours - www.heartlandtours.co.uk
From your accommodation in Highland Perthshire why not book an executive and private day tour of the Scottish Highlands with Heartland Tours Ltd? The business is operated by Pitlochry local, Eddie Thomson. Eddie has a keen knowledge of the Scottish Highlands and can take you on a half or full day tour of your choice.
Top Down Scotland - A lot of Scotland is accessible from Pitlochry for day trips. For some excellent route suggestions take a look at 'Scotland's Great Drives', a fantastic collection of day-trip routes put together by our friends at Top Down Scotland. All routes start and end in Pitlochry - perfect when staying in the area.