What to Do in Perthshire with Kids – Perthshire is one of the greenest, most pleasant parts of Scotland. So central, we’re often passing through it or dedicating time to a stay in the region. Here’s an updated round up of child friendly places to stay and play when visiting Perthshire with tots.
Where to Play – What to Do in Perthshire with Kids
Active Kids, Perth – With a pirate ship and fort complete with climbing frames and slides, as well as soft play, huge trampolines, a Tractor Ted zone and farm animals to say hello to this is a great stop just off the A90.
Scottish Crannog Centre – go back in time and dress your kid up as a prehistoric tot. Learn wood turning, stone drilling and fire-starting.
Highland Safari Red Deer and Barn Owl Experience – hand feed the iconic stag and see a barn owl in silent flight.
Visit the Beatrix Potter Centre and hunt down the Birnam Oak – find the ancient tree that helped inspire Shakespeare’s Macbeth and find out more about Beatrix Potter’s life in Scotland.
Walk from Dunkeld, to its cathedral, then along the river under the towering trees. It’s not called Big Tree Country for nothing. Follow our walk here.
We’ve also got an entire page dedicated to family friendly activities in Crieff and Comrie. Here are some ideas about what to do.
In terms of events I thoroughly recommend the Enchanted Forest held every autumn. Faskally Woods are beautifully illuminated, and children are transfixed. Read how we got on, tips and advice, here.
Where to Stay
These are the hotels we’ve experienced and enjoyed in Perthshire.
The Moness Resort, Aberfeldy – For self-catering facilities with access to hotel dining, pool and spa the Moness Resort is the perfect solution. There’s even a play room near the bar, and it’s very reasonable.
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