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what’s on Perthshire

Right in the very heart of Scotland, Perthshire brings you some of the finest and most accessible scenery anywhere in the Scottish highlands and is a huge attraction for botanists, ornithologists and anyone who simply wants to drink in the majesty of its landscape. Some of Europe’s most remarkable tree species and woodland can be found in Perthshire, and the region’s interesting and varied terrain makes it a challenging playground for both mainstream and extreme outdoor sport enthusiasts. If your interests lie elsewhere, don’t worry - Perthshire has something to offer everyone. It boasts a wide range of attractions, including museums, castles, stately homes, historical sites, distilleries, craft shops and much, much more. And for lovers of culture, Perth Theatre and Perth Concert Hall both deliver a varied events programme featuring comedy, dance, drama, music, visual art and family entertainment.

regional highlights

Year-round, Perth:

Housed in the splendid former Perth Waterworks, the Fergusson Gallery is home to the world’s largest collection of work by the celebrated Scottish artist, John Duncan Fergusson.

Year-round, Perthshire:

The museum is one of the oldest museums in the UK.

Year-round, Perthshire:

Few people realise the importance and influence of Scotland on Beatrix Potter’s life.

Year-round, Perthshire:

From April to August, the stars of the show at this wildlife reserve are a pair of breeding osprey.

Year-round, Perthshire:

Famed for its botanical riches, the rare mixture of lime-rich underlying rocks, high altitude and climate combine to make Ben Lawers a haven for a huge diversity of plants.

Year-round, Perthshire:

A huge expanse of open water, Loch Leven provides an ideal home for countless birds.

Year-round, daily, Trossachs:

This property comprises a range of mountains, with connecting ridges, cliffs and lochans.

Year-round, Perthshire:

Generally believed to be named after Queen Victoria who took tea here in 1866, the viewpoint actually commemorates Queen Isabella, wife of Robert the Bruce who ruled Scotland between 1306 and 1329.

Year-round, Perthshire:

Set on the southern shore of the loch, RSPB Loch Leven nature reserve offers a great day out for families, nature lovers and birdwatchers alike.

Year-round, Stirlingshire:

An independent club, Stirling Walking Club meets every second Sunday.


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