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Queen's View Visitor Centre

Pitlochry PH16 5NR, UK – 01796 474188

Great views and a nice coffee shop. However in order to avoid the daft 2 pound parking tax just keep driving for 300 meters to the west and park opposite entrance door alloach car park for free and then just follow the foot path to queen's view. The path also had a split down to the banks of loch

Brilliant coffee shop & gift shop, staff very helpful with Disabled person, both areas Disabled friendly.

Enchanted Forest, Pitlochry

Loch Dunmore Faskally Wood, Pitlochry PH16 5LB, UK – 0871 288 7655

This is a good place to visit. But I think it's really enjoyed more by kids in my opinion,I got bored half way round but my kid loved the light shows the marshmallows and the walk round. Before you go to the Forrest their is nice shops and pubs/hotels to get food from to pass the time as it is a small place to visit.

The enchanted forest was AMAZING. You get to walk round at your own pace without any hassle. Hot Chocolate and Tea half way round went down a treat. The lights in the show were spectacular and the sound also good too. One of the best shows i have been to. Definitely going back next year!!

Faskally Forest

Pitlochry PH16 5JZ, UK

This place has very good walks. The paths are well maintained. I saw my first kingfisher here two weeks ago. Also there are a couple of comparatively friendly swans on the wee loch.

Loved the Enchanted Forest - Twilight event this year. Missed the entrance sign to the event. Loved the shows and there was the interesting addition of stories for a good part of the forest. Thought there were fewer shows than usual. My tired 8 month old loved story time and listened very carefully while being fascinated. Didn't understand the point of lights on a metallic structure, I think they too should have been integrated in the forest. The one way bridge was brilliantly thought out but a bit cramped as a one way to reach 2 parts of the forest. The path seemed longer than usual but very enjoyable. The smoke was very cool. All in all a very successful event. Toilets were available close to the entrance. The event was wheelchair friendly. Appreciated that story time was extended until after 9pm. There was also the addition of wood chocolate and a roasting marshmallow station. A total of 3 food and drink huts. Mulled wine was lovely. Glow sticks for kids sold for 50p each.

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