Dufftown's Attractions

Huntly Falconry Centre

The art of the Falconer is inextricably woven into the history of north eastern Scotland. Hawks and falcons were indispensable hunting accessories for princes and clan chiefs in times gone by. Discover the secrets of this ancient art on a visit to the Huntly Falconry Centre and see flying displays with falcons, owls, hawks and even golden eagles.      www.huntly-falconry-centre.com

Balvenie Castle

Balvenie is a striking fortification on first acquaintance. Partially hidden by woodland, there is more to this castle than meets the eye and the interior is very much larger than seems possible from the outside. Close inspection presents the visitor with a unique account of life many hundreds of years ago when the powerful Comyn earls ruled in Glenfiddich.  Click here for website.

Auchindoun Castle

The picturesque ruins of Auchindoun Castle stand on a hilltop within the earthworks of an Iron Age hill fort just two miles to the south east of Dufftown. Its lonely and commanding situation evokes memories of a turbulent past and feuds between warring local clans.  Click here for website.


Keith and Dufftown Railway

Keith and Dufftown Railway

The Keith & Dufftown Railway is Scotland's most northerly heritage railway. The line links the World's Malt Whisky Capital, Dufftown, to the market town of Keith.

Glenfiddich Visitor Centre

Experience an in-depth tour and tutored nosing of some of Glenfiddich's favourite malt whiskies

Speyside Centre

Speyside Centre

The Speyside Centre has something for everyone. New Whisky tasting room offering the best drams Scotland has to offer.

Speyside Whisky Tours

Speyside Whisky Tours

Speyside Whisky Tours offer a range of exclusive day trips to Speyside's world famous whisky distilleries in the comfort of a luxury Range Rover Vogue.

Moray Firth Tours

Moray Firth Tours

Moray Firth Tours arrange bespoke tours in Moray and Speyside featuring whisky, food and drink, golf and scenic tours

St. Marys Church Dufftown

St. Marys Church Dufftown

St. Marys Church Dufftown. Built in 1825 by Rev George Gordon, in Gothic Style. To donate to restoration fund please use web site link thank you

Speyside Cooperage

Speyside Cooperage

For a truly unique experience come to the Speyside Cooperage and discover the ancient art of coopering through exhibition, audio visual display and watching our coopers at work.

Speyside Tours

Planning a holiday to Scotland, why not involve Speyside Tours? We will ensure that your time in Speyside is unique!

Royal British Legion

Royal British Legion

The Royal British Legion Club welcomes visitors. Visit Stramash on a Monday Evening

WhiteTailed Eagle at Huntly Falconry