Pitlochry is one of Scotland's most beautiful and vibrant places to visit.
In the heart of Scotland with real hospitality, clear sparkling air, beautiful scenery, rich clan history, fine food, plenty of space and lots to see and do. Pitlochry is primarily a holiday destination, which caters for the holiday maker year round in its own special way.
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
There is always something happening in Pitlochry whatever the time of year. Come along and experience our events and festivals.
Scottish Government current Guidelines mean Pitlochry is now open to all visitors from the UK.
International visitors may now visit Scotland without quarantine if their home country is on the Scottish Government Green list.
Face masks are still mandatory in shops, hospitality venues whilst not seated and on public transport and at Railway Stations. Venues are still collecting contact details until further notice for Track and Trace.
Please be aware that not all businesses are running at full capacity as yet and our advice is to book ahead if you can, it is very busy here.
Pitlochry has been very busy these past few weeks, so please be patient when you visit. Our Car Parks are on Atholl Road, Ferry Road and West End, please use them. On street parking on Atholl Road and the main side streets is limited to 30 minutes only. Don't get caught out.
We welcome visitors to Pitlochry and Highland Perthshire, but ask you to be mindful of restrictions to keep yourselves and our Community safe. Please be patient and kind, we are all in this together.
All The Pitlochry Local Groups and Culture Events
Known affectionately by many as the “Theatre in the Hills”, Pitlochry Festival Theatre (PFT) is a focal point in Highland Perthshire life, offering a varied and exciting programme of events all year round.
Welcome to another packed programme of plays, concerts and workshops at Scotland’s Theatre in the Hills. Plan your trip to see one or more of these fabulous productions this Summer season.Find Out More
One of Pitlochry's real strengths as a town is that it has a large number of volunteer groups and organisations, all working for the good of the town each has its own particular area of specialism. Every group contributes something to the town in some way or another, working together, to help to make Pitlochry what it is today, a successful vibrant highland town.
Groups include Pitlochry in Bloom, the Bowling Club, the Atholl Players and the Community Choir to name just a few.Find Out More
Find out all the local shops and museums in Pitlochry
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