Things to See & Do in and around Pitlochry
Pitlochry has something for everyone. Whether you are a family, a couple, or a group, you will never be short of things to see and do in Pitlochry.
After a long day exploring the sights you will come home to a luxurious cottage surrounded by stunning Perthshire countryside.
There is river fishing on the River Tay, River Tummel and River Garry. There is also boat and bank fishing on local lochs.
The summer season (from May to October) at Pitlochry Festival Theatre has a wide variety of productions including musicals, plays and operas. It also stages many different types of concerts, from Jazz and Folk to Ceilidh. During the winter months there are also plenty of things to see, with concerts at the weekends, workshops, talks and tours taking place throughout the year. It also hosts the Winter Words Festival every year in January.
Pitlochry Golf Club - The 18 hole par 69 course is situated at the foot of Ben-y-Vrackie Mountain.
Blair Atholl - Blair Atholl is a classic James Braid designed course.
Pitlochry is the perfect place for walkers to explore, with 41 miles of walking tracks, paths along rivers, lochs, through woodland and uphill.
The Pitlochry Tourist Information is situated in the car park directly opposite Lineside
More Places to Visit
- Enchanted Forest sound and light show (Award Winning Event at the Scottish Event Awards)
- Explorers Garden
- Distilleries including Blair Atholl & Edradour
- Salmon Ladder & Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre
- Killiecrankie Visitor Centre
- Blair Castle & Gardens
- Shopping - The House of Bruar – “Harrods of the North”