Attractions, places to visit in
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As there are a considerable number of attractions
in Highland Perthshire, so have separated them in to
different areas as listed below:
Tay and Glen Lyon has much to offer from a
reconstructed crannog, to stone circles, ancient villages, the
oldest piece of living vegetation in Europe, gardens to the
spectacular Glen Lyon.
Dunkeld and Birnam
are a great place for a day out or to use as
a place to base your holiday. Dunkeld with its ancient cathedral
on the banks of the River Tay has much history to offer within
its quaint town.
Killiecarankie and Blair Atholl
The first shots of the Jacobite rebellions were fired in the
gorge of Killiecrankie. Blair Atholl is dominated by Blair
Castle the ancient home of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl and the
home of the Atholl Highlanders the only legal private army in
Loch Tummel and
Loch Rannoch Here you will the real Highland
wilderness as you travel first pass the much photographed
Queen's View to Tummel and on to Rannoch with its Clan Train
around Loch Rannoch or its famous Tea Room on the west Highland
Railway line in the middle of the bleak Rannoch Moor.
is the centre of tourism in highland Perthshire. The town itself
is picturesque in the summer with its stone Victorian buildings
that have a particular Perthshire style to them and the
fantastic floral display put on by Pitlochry In Bloom. You will
find tow distilleries and a host other attractions to choose
Perthshire has a great range of attractions to keep you occupied
all year round.
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