The Enchanted Forest 2015

With dazzling visuals and innovative design set against an original music score explore the stunning autumn woodland setting of Faskally Wood near Pitlochry. Using the forest as a natural backdrop, you will experience a lighting show that is, quite simply, out of this world.

The Enchanted Forest is renowned to be Scotland's premier sound and light experience and attracted over 31,000 visitors in 2012.

Buying Tickets

We recommend you book ahead, many show sell out in advance. The 2015 event takes place from Friday 2nd October - Sunday 1st November 2015. Keep up with the event on Facebook or Twitter. Tickets are now on sale.

Pitlochry Enchanted Forest

Where to Buy Tickets

Online: Visit the Website
Lo-Call Number: 0871 288 7655
Calls cost 10p per minute from a BT Landline, other operator's costs may vary. Standard BT landline costs are 7.95p per minute. Average call duration is 4 minutes.)
Visit: Just the Ticket, Atholl Road, Pitlochry
International Callers: 0044 1796 947011

2015 Ticket Prices

Monday - Thursday
Child Under 3
Child 3-15
Family ticket
Monday - Thursday Prime Time (7pm - 8pm)
Child Under 3
Child 3-15
Family ticket
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Child Under 3
Child 3-15
Family ticket
Disabled Customers & Carers
Registered Disabled £10, Accompanying Carer FREE
Monday - Thursday Prime Time
Registered Disabled £12, Accompanying Carer FREE
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Registered Disabled £15, Accompanying Carer FREE
Group Discounts

For all groups of 10 or over, £1 discount per individual ticket applies. Group discounts can only be applied by telephone, please call 0871 288 7655.

Family Tickets

Family Tickets admit 2 adults and 2 children aged under 16. If your children are aged under 3 years of age it may be cheaper to buy two adult tickets individually.

Where is Pitlochry?

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