Surrounded by beautiful countryside there is so much to do and see.
Stirling Castle has a fascinating history associated with great figures from Scotland’s past. Travel back to the 16th Century. Guided tours run daily special kid’s History hunter tours run at the weekend.
Drummond Castle Gardens, on the road from Muthill to Crieff, is a must-visit: a grand formal garden with impressive views. The castle is not open to the public, the gardens are open from May 1 – October 31.
Scottish Antique and Arts Centre
You are guaranteed to find a gem at this with 100 different Dealers selling a vast mixture of Antiques and Collectables under one roof. Located half way between Dundee and Perth just off the A90. Open 10.00am-5.00pm daily.
Museum & Galleries
The gallery exhibits a wide selection of paintings, prints and sculpture together with ceramics, glass, furniture, wood, jewellery, silversmithing and metalwork.
Perth Museum and Gallery
With more than half a million objects, the Museum and Gallery have a “Recognised Collection of National Significance to Scotland”.
The Gallery celebrates the life and work of the great pioneer of modern art, Scottish Colourist J.D. Fergusson (1874-1961) and dance, his wife Margaret Morris. J D Fergusson is now best known as one of the celebrated Scottish Colourist painters, while Margaret Morris is recognised for her pioneering work in modern dance. She was also an inspired choreographer, artist, movement therapist and author.
The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum
The art gallery and museum was established in 1874 and holds the keys of Stirling’s past.Explore the grounds and discover a bit more about the Soul of Stirling.
Have a wee dram?
With its origins among the smugglers and illicit stills of the 18th Century, this is Scotland’s oldest distillery. Find out how whisky is made in the traditional way and how they use Glenturret single malt to create The Famous Grouse blends.
Discover more about Tullibardine highland single malt range and the associated tasting notes that accompany each bottle. Your Tullibardine whisky experience should be savoured and take time in choosing the single malts that suit your taste best.
Now you can’t visit Scotland without a round of golf..
Muthill Golf Club is offering guests a 25% discount on green fees. It is a 9-hole course with spectacular views, just a 10 minute stroll from the restaurant. Pros use it to practise their short game.
The 18 hole parkland Ferntower Course is complemented by the 9 hole Dornock Course and with forward tee ratings of: SSS 70/ 6091 yds / slope 133 and; SSS 64/4540yds/ slope 108 respectively they provide an ideal, 27 hole, visitor day package.
Another golf course with breath taking views. The punitive rough and various out of bounds await to punish the reckless; but the thinking golfer (regardless of handicap) can usually negotiate his way safely onto the fairways of this testing course.
Auchingrarrich Wildlife Centre
Whatever the weather you’ll find plenty to see and do, with activities for all ages indoors and out with covered walkways to keep you dry round the main pens. They have 70 different species of animal, each with its own particular charm. Open all year round from 10am till dusk.
Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park
From the Wildlife Animal Reserves to the Adventure Playground and many more attractions, there is plenty of fun and excitement for all the family.