In 1898 our founder John Duff chose to open his new distillery on the site of the old Riach Farm. Ruggedly beautiful, the Benriach Distillery draws its water from the mineral-rich aquifer deep beneath the grounds. Benriach is a hidden Speyside gem distilling in three distinct styles – classic unpeated, Highland peated and triple distilled […]
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www.ginspiredscotland.com is a gateway website giving visitors everything they need to include Scottish Gin in their Scottish holiday plans. The unique Gincyclopedia contains features every gin producer in Scotland along with direct links to book tours, experiences, gin schools, nosing & tasting sessions, and to buy the gins on line. Local recommendations of where to […]
The Findhorn Foundation and Community is a spiritual community and holistic learning centre – an experiential search into new ways of living. We welcome guests to become part of the ongoing exploration. The Story of Findhorn The world famous Findhorn Foundation, Community and Ecovillage began in 1962 and is situtated on the beautiful Moray peninsula, […]
Eight Lands produces exceptional organic spirits with Scottish spring water, distilled and bottled at the family-owned Glenrinnes Distillery on our estate in Speyside. Glenrinnes Distillery is an eye-catching, purpose-built distillery, completed in 2018 in Glenrinnes, Scotland. In keeping with Glenrinnes Farm’s organic ethos, the distillery is committed to excellence, with only the best organic ingredients […]
The Dufftown Whisky Museum provides a unique opportunity to discover the secrets of whisky making in days gone by. It also gives a fascinating insight into the lives and times of whisky smugglers. Many of the exhibits have been provided by local distillers as well as HM Custom and Excise. These include illicit stills as […]
The Speyside Visitor Centre is located in the picturesque village of Aberlour, overlooking the Alice Littler park and River Spey. It forms part of the old station building on the Speyside Line which closed to the public in 1966. The disused railway line forms a significant part of The Speyside Way which is one of […]
Interactive Visitor Centre featuring Sea King helicopter, Nimrod aircraft section, plus other aircraft cockpits. Large internal display area featuring aviation exhibits as well as a 7 metre diameter mobile planetarium. Planetarium is a unique attraction in its own right with shows giving visitors and exciting wrap around audio-visual experience from Moray’s night sky, to a […]
Deep in the Spey Valley, Knockando Woolmill continues an unbroken 200 year old tradition, producing woven fabric on its historic looms. Knockando Woolmill has always been at the heart of the local community. Listed as the ‘Wauk Mill’ in parish records from 1784, the mill has since maintained its traditions of spinning and weaving through […]
The Keith & Dufftown Railway (‘The Whisky Line’) is the most northerly heritage railway in Scotland, running for 11 miles from Dufftown railway station (Ordnance Survey grid reference NJ322414) to Keith Town (NJ429508) via Drummuir (NJ378442). Originally part of the former Great North of Scotland Railway line which linked Aberdeen with Elgin, the line was […]
Discover where it all began with a trip to our unique, five star visitor centre at our original 223-year-old Elgin mill. Take a free, guided tour around the mill to experience the production process and discover our outstanding quality in the making. You’ll be able engage with experienced craftspeople producing luxury pieces, using traditional methods […]
No visit to Elgin is complete without a visit to the famous Gordon & MacPhail Whisky, Wine and Spirits emporium on South Street. These “central and commodious premises” are the spiritual home of the 125 year young family business that commenced their trade from this very building back in 1895.
Lying in the Cairngorms National Park, the Glenlivet Estate, part of The Crown Estate, is the perfect place to explore the countryside. The extensive network of waymarked walking trails, car parks and picnic areas provides access to the quiet, attractive estate. With a wide vareity of wildlife, historic sites, stunning landscpes and whisky heritage there […]
The Glenfiddich Distillery based in Dufftown, Moray has been producing malt whiskey since 1887. William Grant is the founder of the distillery with it being built in 1886. Today, Glenfiddich remains the world’s best-selling single malt with sales in excess of a million cases a year.
Due to reopen Summer 2021, check the Glenfarclas website for the latest information. The Glenfarcas distillery is a family business and has been since 1865. The distillery is situated in Ballindalloch, Moray. Glenfarcas distillery was established in 1836 by Robert Hay when he purchased a license to run a distillery on his farm, The distillery […]
Opened in 1984, the Fochabers Folk Museum and Heritage Centre houses a collection of gigs and carriages and an eclectic array of everyday objects showing the way of life and traditions of the north east of Scotland in the 18th and 19th centuries.
During your time in Findhorn take the opportunity to visit the Heritage Centre and Icehouse. The Icehouse has fascinating underground chambers built over 150 years ago to store ice for packing the salmon en route to London. Aspects of the local salmon fishing industry are displayed in these chambers. In the Centre, you will discover […]