Blair Castle - Blair Atholl
Atholl Gathering - Blair Atholl
Enchanted Forest - Pitlochry
Soldiers of Killiecrankie
Highland Safaris - Dull
Discover more about traditional bread making and learn how to create a wonderful variety of breads using different types of flour. Courses are run by renowned baker Rami Cohen at Blair Atholl Watermill, a working water mill dating back to the 1590’s.
For more information visit www.blairathollwatermill.co.uk
The Atholl Highlanders Parade on Saturday and The Atholl Gathering and Highland Games on Sunday. Find out more at:
Located just below the Hayloft at the site of the 1689 Battle of Killiecrankie – arena displays of the Jacobite cavalry, battlefield tours, variety of period sensitive stalls, food stalls and activities. Meet 17th century period dressed Government troops and living history camp. Walk through and hear how they lived.
Enjoy a lovely drive over to the arts and crafts village of Fortingall to Highland Perthshire’s most prestigious annual art exhibition.
The exhibition of over 30 artists, features painting, photography, printmaking, jewellery and furniture. It makes a great day out with beautiful Glen Lyon and Loch Tay nearby to explore. Open daily 10am to 6pm. Free Entry.
Pitlochry Highland Games has been hosting competitors and enthralling spectators since 1852. One of the very last Highland Games of a long Season, it hosts the finals of a number of competitions as well as the street parade of Pipe Bands.
Award Winning and exhilarating Land Rover Safaris with Scottish heritage, inspiring walking & biking activities, and the exclusive Red Deer Centre. Shop and Cafe.