There is history a plenty here, from Iron Age hill forts to magnificent castles, and if whisky is your interest, then the highlands are heaven!

"I really enjoyed the whisky tour at the Dalwhinnie Distillery. If you go, ask about the forgotten barrels in the cellar! I want to explore the area more, the only problem is leaving the Castle!"


Cairngorms mountain funicular railway Opened in 2001, the railway transports visitors to the Ptarmigan Top Station, situated just below the summit of Cairngorm. With viewing terraces, a panoramic restaurant and a mountain exhibition, it truly is a Highland experience. Tel: 01479 861 261 www.cairngormmountain.co.uk


Cairngorms mountain funicular railway

Opened in 2001, the railway transports visitors to the Ptarmigan Top Station, situated just below the summit of Cairngorm. With viewing terraces, a panoramic restaurant and a mountain exhibition, it truly is a Highland experience.

Tel: 01479 861 261
www.cairngormmountain.co.uk

Dalwhinnie Distillery Dalwhinnie Distillery is just 3 miles from Glentruim and with the famous River Spey flowing past the estate, we can boast of being at the southern end of the Speyside Whisky Trail, where some of the world’s most famous malts are made. Tel: 01479 861 261 www.discovering-distilleries.com 


Dalwhinnie Distillery

Dalwhinnie Distillery is just 3 miles from Glentruim and with the famous River Spey flowing past the estate, we can boast of being at the southern end of the Speyside Whisky Trail, where some of the world’s most famous malts are made.

Tel: 01479 861 261
www.discovering-distilleries.com 

Cairngorm National Park Britain's highest and most massive mountain range; its biggest native forests; spectacularly clean rivers and lochs; moorland and farmland and a stronghold for Britain's wildlife - this special place offers the warmest of welcomes from people who live and work here. www.cairngorms.co.uk www.visitcairngorms.com


Cairngorm National Park

Britain's highest and most massive mountain range; its biggest native forests; spectacularly clean rivers and lochs; moorland and farmland and a stronghold for Britain's wildlife - this special place offers the warmest of welcomes from people who live and work here.

www.cairngorms.co.uk
www.visitcairngorms.com


Eden Court Theatre Eden Court is the main theatre and entertainment venue for the Highlands of Scotland. Boasting a magnificent riverside setting in the the heart of Inverness, it is not however, only a theatre, cinema and arts centre: it is also the largest and best equipped conference facility in the Highlands. Tel Box Office: 01463 234 234 www.eden-court.co.uk


Eden Court Theatre

Eden Court is the main theatre and entertainment venue for the Highlands of Scotland. Boasting a magnificent riverside setting in the the heart of Inverness, it is not however, only a theatre, cinema and arts centre: it is also the largest and best equipped conference facility in the Highlands.

Tel Box Office: 01463 234 234
www.eden-court.co.uk

Highland Folk Museum The museum brings to life the domestic and working conditions of early Highland people. It captures all aspects of human endeavour and development from the 1700s right up to the present day.  Tel: 01540 66130 www.highlandfolk.com


Highland Folk Museum

The museum brings to life the domestic and working conditions of early Highland people. It captures all aspects of human endeavour and development from the 1700s right up to the present day. 

Tel: 01540 66130
www.highlandfolk.com

House of Bruar Situated in rural Perthshire 34 miles South of Glentruim, The House of Bruar boasts some of Scotland’s finest produce, clothing and rural artwork. Here you’ll find traditional Scottish tweed, cashmere jumpers and luxury food hampers. Tel: 01796 483 236 www.houseofbruar.com


House of Bruar

Situated in rural Perthshire 34 miles South of Glentruim, The House of Bruar boasts some of Scotland’s finest produce, clothing and rural artwork. Here you’ll find traditional Scottish tweed, cashmere jumpers and luxury food hampers.

Tel: 01796 483 236
www.houseofbruar.com


Pitlochry Festival Museum Known as Scotland's Theatre in the Hills, Pitlochry shows a wide selection of plays ranging from farce and comedy to tragedy, catering for appreciative audiences who return every year to enjoy this theatre's special strengths.  Tel: 01796 484 626 www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.com


Pitlochry Festival Museum

Known as Scotland's Theatre in the Hills, Pitlochry shows a wide selection of plays ranging from farce and comedy to tragedy, catering for appreciative audiences who return every year to enjoy this theatre's special strengths. 

Tel: 01796 484 626
www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.com

Ruthven Barracks Built in 1721 following the 1715 Jacobite rising, Ruthven Barracks is one of four fortified barracks built by the Government of George 1st to tighten its grip on the Highlands. The barracks became a symbol of the suppression of the Highlands by the Hanoverian government, both in military and cultural terms.


Ruthven Barracks

Built in 1721 following the 1715 Jacobite rising, Ruthven Barracks is one of four fortified barracks built by the Government of George 1st to tighten its grip on the Highlands.

The barracks became a symbol of the suppression of the Highlands by the Hanoverian government, both in military and cultural terms.