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    Welcome to Crieff

    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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    5 cultural experiences in and around Crieff

    As RF Kennedy said ‘Like it or not, we live in interesting times.’ At the moment there are many freedoms that we cannot take for granted including the freedom to travel.  So, whether you are able to travel now or are just planning for the future, here’s some inspiration for your next trip to Crieff…

    Tattie Holidays

    The tattie harvest has started in earnest. It’s surprisingly interesting watching the progress of the tractors and admiring the design of the different machines used to make the process as efficient as possible. Very different from the stories I heard from my Father of all able bodied people, including women and children, needed to help…

    Lawless Crieff

    When I think of Crieff, an image of a rather well heeled Victorian Spa town springs to mind. Elegant architecture, beautiful scenery, an independent high street – the perfect place to escape the stresses and strains of city life. All of this is true of present day Crieff however, in it’s past it had a…

    The burning of Crieff

    In anticipation of the exciting Fire & Folklore, Heroes & Villains street theatre event in March, we thought you may be interested in the history which inspired this. In 1707, under the terms of the Treaty of Union, England and Scotland became a single state – the United Kingdom of Great Britain. The Parliaments of…

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    Fascinating! Please note that the gardens are not open to the public at the moment due to covid-19A piece of our long and interesting history .
    Thank you @scotlandmagazine
    ' In our new issue (Nov/Dec'20) we delve into the murder of Margaret Drummond, daughter of Lord Drummond of Drummond Castle (pictured) and a mistress of James IV of Scotland. Her death paved the way for a Thistle and Rose union – crime or coincidence? Read an extract of the article from the link in the bio, or buy a copy of the issue to read the full investigation! ⁠
    Caption: Drummond Castle Gardens⁠
    Credit: Visit Scotland/Kenny Lam'https://www.scotlandmag.com/james-iv-mistress/

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    There are so many reasons to shop locally! 🛍️

    No.6: protects local jobs.

    Our local shops and businesses have been there for us during a tough time. Now, where possible, we need to be there for them.

    Read more, and remember #FACTS: https://lovelocal.scot/how-to-get-involved/


    There are so many reasons to shop locally! 🛍️

    No.5: "a local meeting point" - where local restrictions allow.

    It's time to get behind our local shops and businesses, while always following public health guidance.

    Read more: https://lovelocal.scot/how-to-get-involved/


    WATCH: our town centres and high streets need us more than ever.

    Check out our animation explaining why shopping locally is so important for the wellbeing of our communities.

    When out, remember the FACTS guidance to stay safe.



    #autumncolours 🍂🍁
    #BigTreeCountry 🌲🌳
    #perthshire 🤩😎


    📸 Lady Mary's Walk © @VisitScotland / Crieff Succeeds / @DamianShields1

    #crieff #autumn #nature #trees #NaturePhotography

    For some regional #PKARF #archaeology & #history look no further than Landward on BBC 1 #Scotland, 19:35 this Friday. Featuring #Crieff, spectacular Sma Glen, outstanding archaeology of Wade's military roads & the Drovers. @CrieffMuseum @StrathearnCC @VisitCrieff @PerthCityCentre

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