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Accessible friendly activities in Perthshire

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I have friends coming to visit this coming weekend and staying near Crieff. My friends husband is currently on crutches after a nasty motorbike accident, so this normally very active family will be restricted to what they can do. 

Any suggestions for a family of four (two girls aged 5 and 3) of things to do please? 
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  • edited June 2016
    EuansGuide is a good resource for reviews of places to go, eat and stay if you need to consider accessibility.  Also, the Blackford Highland Games are on this weekend, that could be a good option as there will be lots to entertain the kids but will depend how comfortable your friend's husband is on his crutches.
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