The Central Highlands Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Central Highlands - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Queen Elizabeth Forest Park

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

For exquisite nature, drive north from Aberfoyle on the A821 and turn right at signposts to Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. Along the way...

Regimental Museum of the Black Watch

  • Museum/Gallery

Some will tell you the Black Watch was a Scottish regiment whose name is a reference to the color of its tartan. An equally plausible...

Scenic Loch Drive on B829

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

Northwest of Loch Chon, the B829 climbs gently from the plantings to open moor with a breathtaking vista over Loch Arklet to the Arrochar...

Scone Palace

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

The current residence of the Earl of Mansfield, Scone Palace (pronounced skoon ) is much more cheerful than the city's other castles.

Scottish Crannog Centre

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Here's your chance to travel back 2,500 years to a time when this region's inhabitants lived in circular homesteads known as crannogs...

Scottish Wool Centre

  • Store/Shop/Mall

With a vast range of woolen garments and knitwear, the Scottish Wool Centre also has a small café. Three times a day from April to September...

Smith Art Gallery and Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This small but intriguing Romanesque-style museum, founded in 1874, details the history of the town through artworks and objects, the...

St. John's Kirk

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This impressive cruciform-plan church dates from the 12th century; reformer John Knox preached a fiery sermon here in 1559. The interior...

Stirling Castle

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Its magnificent strategic position on a steep-sided crag made Stirling Castle the grandest prize in the Scots Wars of Independence in...

The Kelpies

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The Helix, a new country park on the edges of Falkirk with cycle and walking paths, play areas, and a wetland, is home to sculptor Andy...

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