It's often the hidden gems in an area which live long in the memory - special places discovered by accident or through personal recommendation. There are so many special places in our area that we'll never be able to list them all, but we hope our suggestions whet your appetite to go out and really explore.
Birnam Arts has everything you need for your visit to Dunkeld & Birnam - Cafe, Gift Shop, Beatrix Potter Exhibiton, Music, Theatre, Comedy and more...Find Out More
We're almost always open!
Our Cafe, Gift Shop and Beatrix Potter Exhibition are open daily from 10am until 4.30pm.
Our Box Office is always manned 9-5 weekdays.
Building open most evenings for workshops, shows etc!
Highland Safaris combines our Red Deer Centre with our award winning exhilarating Land Rover safaris, inspiring walking and biking activities. Perthshire only Gold and Gem panning centre as well as exciting boat trips on Loch TayFind Out More
Open all year. 0900hrs-1700hrs. Closed Mondays Mid November to mid March, Christmas, Boxing and New Years Day.
Highland Offroad quad treks are the perfect way to enjoy the great outdoors, whatever the weather. Ideal for families, individuals and groups.Find Out More
Monday - Sunday, all year round (except for Christmas and New Year)
Quad treks run several times each day
Driving a brand new Land Rover or Range Rover, and guided by a friendly, professional instructor you will have fun driving through some of Highland Perthshire's most spectacular rugged offroad terrain.Find Out More
Monday - Sunday all year round, except Christmas and New Year
Choose from one-hour introduction, half day or full day experience.
Loch of the Lowes Visitor Centre and Wildlife Reserve near Dunkeld. Open everyday 1st March-31st October, Friday-Sunday 1st Nov-28th February. Our Observation hide are open 24/7 and are within sight of a breeding pair of Osprey, April-August.Find Out More
Summer: 1st March - 31st October: open daily from 10.30am-5pm
Winter: 1st November - 28th February: open Friday - Sunday from 10.30am - 4pm
(Closed December 25th & 26th, January 1st & 2nd)
Beautiful riverside walks, majestic woodlands and Victorian follies surrounded by breath-taking beauty.Find Out More
Just off the A9 North
Archives contains a fast growing collection of photographs, records and memorabilia relating to the Cathedral and the community, including census records. The regimental records The Scottish Horse are also held there.Find Out More
12 The Cross
Walk in the charming Beatrix Potter Garden and visit Mrs Tiggy Winkle in her house, Jeremy fishing, Mr. Fox and the shed where he lured silly Jemima Puddle Duck to lay her eggs.Find Out More
The Atholl Memorial Fountain was funded by public subscription and built in 1866 'to the memory of George Augustus Frederick John 6th Duke of Atholl.Find Out More
The domestic buildings of Dunkeld date largely from the 18th century, when most of the town was rebuilt (along an earlier street plan), following near total destruction during a battle against the forces of William and Mary in 1689.Find Out More
Cathedral Street & The Cross