Speyside Visitor Centre

Location icon Aberlour

Old Station Building,
Broomfield Square
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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 four official Long Distance Routes in Scotland. The route links the Moray coast with the edge of the Grampian Mountains, generally following the valley of the River Spey.

The volunteers at the Visitor Centre are enthusiastic to present and promote the wonderful natural features and attractions of the greater Speyside region and the centre is equipped with both visual and hands-on exhibits to enhance the visitor’s experience and enjoyment.


  • Accessible Parking or Drop-off point
  • Anglers Welcome
  • Children Welcome
  • Cyclists Welcome
  • Disabled Access
  • Internet Access
  • Lunches/ Cafe
  • Parking

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