THINGS TO SEE & DO

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Bow Fiddle Rocks, Portknockie

Along this section of the Moray Firth the sea has carved prominent caves, arches and sea stacks in the steeply folded Cullen quartzite rocks. This is the same rock, which forms the hill of the Bin of Cullen to the south of Portknockie.

Christies of Fochabers

One of the largest garden centres in Scotland with a restaurant containing a seating capacity of 150.

Contact:
The Nurseries, Fochabers, Moray
IV32 7PF
01343 820362

Dolphin Spirit

Dolphins

Contact:
07544 800620

Glenlivet Wildlife, Tomnavoulin

Wildlife watching in Cairngorm National Park.

Contact:
Glenlivet Wildlife, Easter Corrie, Tomnavoulin,Glenlivet
AB37 9JB
01807 590241

Johnstons of Elgin

Also known as Johnstons Cashmere, Johnstons of Elgin creates cashmere cloth, knitwear and accessories from its mills in Elgin and Hawick. There is a restaurant and cafe serving hot and cold food.

Contact:
Newmill, Elgin
, IV30 4AF
01343 554000

Logie Steading

Logie Steading is a converted farm building now home to a variety of businesses. Located in the River Findhorn Valley approximately 6 miles south of Forres, you will find antique furniture, an art gallery, a second hand bookshop, cafe and a farm and garden shop selling Logie Longhorn beef amongst other things. There is also a walled garden and playground and Heritage Centre.

Contact:
01309 611378

Mackenzie & Cruickshank

Considered one of the top 10 independent garden centres in Scotland, there is a wide range of items for your home and garden. Additionally, there is The Potting Shed Coffee Shop which accommodates 150 and is home to fine and fresh food.

Contact:
1 Greshop Estate, Forres
IV36 2GW
01309 696940

Nairn Community & Arts Centre

The centre provides a wide range of activities for all ages, including regular activities, concerts & films.

Contact:
King St, Nairn
IV12 4BQ
01667 453 476

Speyside Centre

Located in the Cairngorms National Park, this is a definite attraction to every visitor to the Highlands. There are wildlife viewing stations, a gift shop and boutique, art gallery, The Clootie Dumpling Restaurant and much more.

Contact:
Skye of Curr, Dulnain Bridge, Inverness-shire
PH26 3PA
01479 851359

Speyside Cooperage, Craigellachie

A unique visitor centre experience. In the heart of Scotland’s rolling hills lies Speyside Cooperage, the only working cooperage in the UK where you can experience the ancient art of coopering.

Contact:
Dufftown Road, Craigellachie
AB38 9RS
01340 871108

The Duck Pond and Rose Garden, Forres

At the western end of the High Street this is another pleasant area of parkland where you can enjoy a stroll and a picnic.

Walkers of Aberlour

Founded by Joseph Walker in 1898, the Walker family have been producing shortbread for over a hundred years. There is a shop where biscuits, oatcakes and cakes can be bought.

Contact:
Aberlour, Banffshire
AB38 9PD
01340 871555