The charming village of Comrie lies on the banks of the River Earn, 25 miles west of Perth. Comrie is in the heart of the scenic West Strathearn region of Perthshire. Nestled between the Glens of Lednock and Artney and with the Scottish Highlands rising to the north Comrie makes the ideal base for exploring Perthshire. In the heart of the village is the “White Church”. Once a place of worship, the building was refurbished and opened as “Comrie Community Centre” in 2000.
Across the road from the church at the corner of Melville Square is a small shop, which was designed by the renowned Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre offers a fun day out with all the furry elements you could ask for: animals, play areas indoors and out and endless amazing activities to explore. The animals range from domestic farm animals to exotics and Scottish rare breeds. Hands on fun is available in the Hatchery with chicks, rabbits, guinea pigs and tortoises all available for close up encounters! Patient visitors may be lucky enough to see a chick peck its way out of its shell in the glass topped incubators. Ample parking, cafe and gift shop.
Argaty Red Kites is a bird watching centre that gives you a unique chance to get close to these exciting birds and learn more about them.
The aim of the project is to increase the number of Red Kites in the wild, so feeding is minimal but there is always a good view of them whether they are perching, flying or feeding. It is very rare for visitors not to see any birds, although you normally see larger numbers of them during the winter. Visitors have the chance to observe the birds feeding from the hide.
Argaty Red Kites
Lerrocks, Doune, Perthshire, FK16 6EJ, Scotland
Cultybraggag Camp,Comrie, Perthshire is the last remaining WWII Prisoner of War (POW) Camp in the Scotland.
Situated just a mile outside the picturesque village of Comrie, Cultybraggan Camp can be found nestling beneath the rugged Aberuchill Hills and alongside the Water of Ruchill.
Cultybraggan Camp is the only WW2 Prisoner of War camp open to the public in Scotland. The camp collection includes 66 pictures drawn by a POW in 1944/45. Visitors can go back in time exploring the recreation of prisoner accommodation and learn all about the history of the camp through the brand new storyboard tour.
The camp is open to visitors from 10am to 4pm every day for self-guided visits.
This small and friendly garden centre specialises in hardy and more unusual varieties of plants and enjoys a beautiful setting next to the river. The gift shop offers local crafts and Tradecraft gifts. The charming gallery is a showcase for Scottish Art and the adjoining cafe serves excellent fine teas and home baking.
Riverside Garden Centre and Gallery has ample parking, both outdoor and indoor seating at the cafe.
An exciting mix of down hill mountain bike trails with stunning views across the beautiful Perthshire countryside. With an ever expanding range of dedicated trails Comrie Croft offers something for everyone.
Comrie Croft, PH7 4JZ T:01764 670140