North East ScotlandTourist Attractions


Tolquhon Castle

Noted for its highly ornamented gatehouse, Tolquhon is one of the most picturesque of the castles in the Grampian countryside

Photo - Tolquhon Castle


Cruden Bay Golf Club

Cruden Bay is traditional Scottish links golf course, originally designed by Tom Morris and Archie Simpson, and only two hours drive from St Andrews

Photo - Cruden Bay Golf Club


Findhorn Foundation

The Findhorn Foundation community is an experiment in conscious living, an education centre and an ecovillage

Photo - Findhorn Foundation


Leith Hall and Garden

Leith Hall and Garden is an unusual and attractive mansion house and is regarded by many as one of the National Trust for Scotland?s hidden gems

Photo - Leith Hall and Garden


Elgin Cathedral

Elgin Cathedral is a magnificent ruin, much of which dates back to the 13th century

Photo - Elgin Cathedral


The Moray Firth Wildlife Centre

WDCS's Wildlife Centre is based at the mouth of the River Spey

Photo - The Moray Firth Wildlife Centre


Burn O'Vat

A National Nature Reserve that contains many ancient settlement sites and artifacts

Photo - Burn O'Vat


St Cyrus Beach & Nature Reserve

The cliffs and dunes of St Cyrus Nature Reserve support a distinctive range of rare flora and fauna

Photo - St Cyrus Beach & Nature Reserve



Satrosphere provides hands-on science fun for all ages

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Victorian Market Arcade

The Victorian Market Arcade in Inverness has a diverse array of independent shops

Photo - Victorian Market Arcade

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