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Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery
Built in 1898, it is the only Dewar’s distillery in the world. Why not take a tour of this combination of classic Scottish tradition and modern technology. Have a dram and a wander around the gift shop after your tour, or even pour your own unique blend of whisky!
The Black Watch Castle
This castle and museum tells the story of the elite Scottish military regiment dating back almost three centuries. Enjoy the museums displays and explore the castle before having a bite to eat in the café. A great family day out.
A traditional Scottish restaurant that serves hearty food you’ll remember from growing up and a classy bistro all in one. All of the Bothy’s produce is Scottish which gives a really nice patriotic feel to the place. Who’s feeling peckish?!
Founded in 1967, it is one of Scotland’s oldest vinyl record stores. Vinyls, CDs and everything you can think of music wise, Concorde Music will have it! Covering all genres and eras Concorde Music is a hit for any music fan.
Meikleour Beech Hedge
This is no ordinary hedge! It’s the longest hedge in Britain and the tallest hedge of its kind in the world. Thought to have been planted by men who fought in the Jacobite Rebellion, the Meiklour Beech Hedge is one of Perthshire’s more unusual beauties.
Fortingall Yew Tree
This tree is thought to be one of the oldest living things in Europe at approximately somewhere between 3,000 and 9,000 years old. It is located within the Fortingall Churchyard. After a visit to the tree, you could take a walk along the beautiful main street of Fortingall.
Why not have a look at this video demonstrating how beautiful Perthshire is on YouTube?