Elgin Ghost Tours

Elgin

Walking tours around Elgin. Any topic, any section of history. Historical tours, Ghost Tours, Pub Crawls, Religious Tour, Witches Tour, Royal Tour, Graveyard Tour. You name it , we can organise it, even if you want to experience a real paranormal investigation. All tours are wheelchair Friendly, Please do not bring your dogs as we […]

Windswept Brewing

Lossiemouth

Based in Lossiemouth, Windswept Brewing Co is a craft brewery producing an award-winning range of beers, hand-crafted for exceptional taste. We love to welcome visitors to our brewery and tap room with regular tours and tastings available. Windswept Brewing Co was set up by Al Read and Nigel Tiddy – two ex RAF pilots who […]

WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre

Fochabers

Visit the WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre for the chance to see the amazing bottlenose dolphins of the Moray Firth. Enjoy beautiful walks along the tumultuous River Spey, spot a seal or osprey, and discover Spey Bay’s fishing heritage during a tour of the historic Icehouse. Entry to the centre is FREE.

Visitor Information Point

Elgin

Elgin Library is the location for the Visitor Information Point (VIP). A limited range of Visit Scotland (VS), What to See & Do brochures mainly around The Highland area are provided for information. A local town map is available along with a selection of leaflets for local attractions. A list of local accommodation is provided […]

Universal Hall

Findhorn

The Universal Hall is a regional venue for music, theatre, dance, comedy and film. It is also a fascinating and unusual venue to visit with hand-carved stone features, a dramatic stained glass entrance and a living and growing roof! Come to a show or come to just to take a look and maybe have a […]

Tomintoul Gallery

Tomintoul

Charming small gallery of Batik fine artist Jane Lannagan. Original works by Jane and other artists, prints, cards, ceramics and interesting gifts.

Tomintoul Distillery

Ballindalloch

Tomintoul Distillery was built in 1964. This distillery uses traditional techniques that stretch back hundreds of years, to make their award-winning single malt, “the gentle dram”. The natural environment, fresh air and pure water all add to their uniquely smooth and mellow spirit.