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    Welcome to Crieff

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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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    Concerts in Crieff – Steven Osborne & Jean Johnston

    Steven gave his first performance to Strathearn Music Society members whilst still in his teens and studying at St Mary’s Music School in Edinburgh. These days he is more familiar with large International concert halls than smaller venues, so we are delighted to have him and Jean performing here in St Andrew’s Halls. Amerian born…

    Faramach at Crieff Folk Club

    Crieff Folk Club at Strathearn Artspace present Faramach, a dynamic young 7-piece folk band full of energy and drive, mixing traditional and contemporary with their own material. Expect a lively and uplifting night demonstrating a new generation of traditional music. Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm; BYOB; earlybird tickets at £8 available up to one week…

    Crieff Choral Group present Haydn’s Creation

    Crieff Choral Group presents Joseph Haydn’s oratorio ‘The Creation’  which was composed in 1798 and is considered by many to be his masterpiece. Crieff Choral Group are delighted to welcome back the outstanding soloists Colleen Nicholl (soprano), Christian Schneeberger (tenor) and Jerome Knox (bass). The City of Perth Sinfonia will be accompanying them, under the…

    Concerts in Crieff – Pure Brass

    Pure Brass are one of the UK’s most established brass quintets, with a reputation for their musicianship and entertaining approach. Their concerts are presented in their own individual style, with programme notes alongside demonstrations and even the occasional bit of audience participation! Pure Brass will be performing a varied programme of music spanning the centuries,…

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    The Knock: Crieff’s Amazing Viewpoint

    This is a guest blog, kindly written by Elizabeth A. Bell It may not be a ‘Munro’ (over 3000 feet high), nor a ‘Corbett’ (over 2500 feet high), nor even a ‘Graham’ (over 2000 feet high), but the Knock here in Crieff definitely has amazing panoramic views and should not be missed.   It sits…

    5 Reasons why Crieff is perfect for lovers

    If you’re looking for some inspiration to make this Valentine’s Day special, then read on. Crieff is the perfect place for a romantic getaway  ❤️ It’s the perfect place to escape from the city Leave your daily routine and cares behind you for a day or twos relaxation in Crieff. Crieff is not that far…

    Highland Cattle and Crieff

      This is a guest blog, kindly written by Elizabeth A. Bell   There has long been a connection between Crieff and the Highland Cow. It dates back to the 1700’s when Crieff held the largest and most prominent cattle market in Scotland. This was mainly the result of Crieff’s fortunate geographical location: it’s not…

    Celebrating Burns Night

    People all over the world will be celebrating the birth of Scotland’s most famous bard, Rabbie Burns on the 25th of January. Burns died in 1796 with the first supper held in his honour taking place on the 29th January 1802 because his supporters got his date of birth wrong – easily done in those…

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    Don't worry if you missed our Beer and a Burger deal today - tomorrow is Fajita Friday!!! Join us at The Tower for some delicious Fajitas for only £10! The perfect way to start the weekend 😃

    Wee selection of work now on display in the whisky bar at the wonderful Knock Castle Hotel & Spa in #Crieff, and thanks to Jason Henderson for the photie (and spirit level work 😉) @VisitCrieff

    @mrsoaroundworld Was good fun, we don’t always manage, but on a wee winter break at home in Scotland #luxtravelchat staying in a luxury #thechurchtower conversion in @VisitCrieff Keep in touch 😉


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