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    As you would expect from Perthshire’s second biggest town, the streets of Crieff buzz day and night with tempting shops, hotels, cafés, pubs, restaurants and some of the region’s most interesting small galleries, arts spaces and spas.

    From its riverside walks to its beautiful parks and gardens, visitors are really spoilt for choice.

    Crieff also enjoys an incredible location within the stunning Perthshire countryside. And its easy access to the mountains and glens makes it a hugely popular destination with outdoor enthusiasts and, of course, golfers.

    The town itself is surprisingly large, but not so big that you can’t enjoy a leisurely stroll around its many attractions. Or you can see the sights by hopping aboard the excellent local bus service (no.45) which was enhanced and improved quite recently.

    In Crieff, there really is something to suit all ages, whether you are nine or 90, going solo, or travelling with friends or your family.

    The choice is endless and the team behind www.visitcrieff.scot have hand-picked the best places to enjoy.

    Use our local knowledge to navigate your way from place to place, and make your own discoveries. We guarantee you won’t be disappointed.

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    Christmas Craft & Makers Fair

    A truly unique Christmas shopping experience full of beautiful, handmade gifts and treats for all your family and friends. The Christmas Craft & Makers Fair showcases the very best of local contemporary craft and design plus artisan food and drink producers. A chance to pick up bespoke and unusual gifts including jewellery, glass, ceramics, art,…

    Scottish Baking Class

    In this informative but informal class you will learn to make and take away two stars of Scottish baking: Oatcakes (original plus varieties including: garlic, mull cheddar, seaweed, seeds, chilli, rosemary, thyme, oregano, cracked pepper) and Selkirk Bannock which was added to the Slow Food Ark of Taste in November 2017!

    Concerts in Crieff – Tim Kliphuis Trio

    Do not expect a formal, hushed classical music concert from this brilliant trio! They are all superb classically trained musicians who like to put their own spin on familiar music. No two performances are the same as they improvise on a theme as they go along. The concert will include their own take on: Bach…

    The Bevvy Sisters Singing Workshop

    Ahead of their performance, The Bevvy Sisters would like to extend an invitation to all community choirs and solo singers to be their special guests to work with them towards a performance together at Strathearn Artspace. The Bevvy Sisters will bring together all their skills for this very special workshop and experience that’s beyond just…

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    Monterey Jack cheese has its origins in Crieff

    Whilst queuing for a sandwich in McNees deli the other day I noticed a sign which piqued my interest, it simply said ‘Monterey Jack Cheese, named after Crieff born David Jack who was an infamous businessman in Monterey.’ Crieff does have a few famous sons and daughters but this wasn’t a name I was familiar…

    Autumn in Crieff is a wonderland for walkers

    When it comes to nature and the great outdoors … the Crieff area has an embarrassment of riches. Rolling hills and magnificent mountains sit alongside fast-flowing rivers and stunning lochs, while an intricate network of paths and trails meanders through the stunning Strathearn countryside making the area ripe for exploration on foot and on two…

    5 reasons to visit Crieff Highland Gathering 2019

    This years’ Crieff Highland Gathering takes place on Sunday 18th August from 10am to 5.30pm. Often referred to as Scotland’s Premier Highland Games, this annual event started in 1870 and continues to draw competitors and visitors from across the country, nation and even the globe. To build on the existing gathering and help create an…

    Take in Crieff’s Waters

    This is a guest blog courtesy of Mrs Elizabeth A. Bell. For centuries tourists have been visiting places to ‘take in the waters’ and Crieff is no exception. The Crieff Hydro was established over 150 years ago for just that reason … but in Crieff we are exceptionally blessed with ‘ beautiful waters’ virtually everywhere…

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