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What’s on Pitlochry & Highland Perthshire

Pitlochry is a busy stop-off point for tourists heading north into the Highlands. Built on the banks of the River Tummel, with Ben Vrackie as a backdrop, the town has an idyllic setting. You can take a leisurely walk along the river and through the woods around Loch Faskally, climb the serious hill of Ben Vrackie, or take a short tour of Scotland’s Edradour Distillery (Scotland’s smallest) where you can sample a dram of this very good malt.

area highlights

28th Aug - 3rd Sept, Pitlochry & Highland Perthshire:

7 Days of Sport offers open sessions at local clubs to encourage people to get involved in sport.

13th September 2014, Perthshire:

Pitlochry Highland Games has been hosting competitors and enthralling spectators since 1852.

Easter to September, Perthshire

Situated in the former village school, the museum explores the heritage created by previous generations.

26th June - 15th October 2014, Pitlochry:

One of the best-known and perhaps the best-loved of Barrie’s plays, this classic comedy from 1902 is a deftly constructed and sparklingly witty satire that still resonates today.

27th June - 15th October 2014, Pitlochry:

Berry picking, neep pulling, basket making: Scotland’s travelling folk stayed close to the land.

28th June - 16th October 2014, Pitlochry:

Sharply observed, moving and wickedly funny, this is a modern romantic comedy par excellence.

17th July - 17th October 2014, Pitlochry:

Alex and Brian: a couple of Motherwell lads going nowhere.

21st August - 18th October 2014, Pitlochry:

It’s 1942 and World War II is raging, drawing millions into an epic global struggle between good and evil.

28th June - 18th October 2014, Pitlochry:

Somewhere in the heart of a rolling Highland glen, one of the last family-owned distilleries is in trouble.

10th October - 2nd November 2014, Pitlochry:

The Enchanted Forest is renowned to be Scotland’s premier sound and light experience.

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