Scottish Home of the Royal Family Grounds, Gardens & Exhibitions
1st April – 31st July Gift Shop & Coffee Shop
Funicular Railway to top of Mountain Café & Restaurants at both Car Park & Mountain top levels
Explore the castle, gardens, nature trails in the woods, gift shop, book shop, restaurant
Visit the restored battlefield and learn about the last hand-to-hand battle fought on British soil with interactive exhibitions and displays.
Century military base. Take an audio tour, visit the museum, arms collection, barrack rooms and walk more than a mile of ramparts (keeping a lookout for seals, dolphins and birdlife out at sea).
The Museum tells the story of Grantown-On-Spey since its beginnings in 1765.
Discover many species from the World's mountain and tundra regions including some of Scotland's existing and endangered Wildlife.
Explore Scottish history and discover how the Highlands are linked with the rest of the world. Exhibitions, Art Gallery and coffee shop.
Nr Tomintoul Tea Room/Restaurant
Learn about the history of the famous monster by exploring Scotland's geological past, its folklore and the various research projects carried out on the Loch.
Features the marine life found in the Moray Firth, exhibits lead you from the coast to the underwater kelp reef.
The Speyside Heather Story Exhibition, Wildlife Viewing Stations, Garden and Heather Trail
On A95 between Grantown and Aviemore.
A9 Nr Evanton Overlooking Cromarty Firth Shop, Visitors Centre, Seal Watching, Tea Room
Broomhill Station (3 miles from Grantown) to Aviemore Station
Learn about the history of childhood in the Scottish Highlands with informative displays, collections and award-winning video screening.
Come and join us for the Red Deer Rut. A full BWWC programme of wildlife watching events is included along with trips to try and see the Red Deer rutting. From just £455pp (for 7 nights) DB&B.