Places to Visit

There are so many places to visit in and around the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. These are just a few of the places to visit that our guests have recommended.

 birdofprey2 Bird of Prey Centre
See over thirty birds of prey, representing more than twenty species. Birds of all sizes, the Little Owl, Kestrels, Buzzards, Hawks, Falcons and Eagles, including “Orla”, the Golden Eagle featured on BBC’s Winter Watch. Guests at Rhumhor can claim a 25% discount on tickets. Click on the logo on the left for more details.
LOCH_LOMOND Sea Life Loch Lomond
The awesome Sharks, the beautiful Turtle or perhaps it’s the clever Common Octopus that you love the most? Well at SEA LIFE you can see them all – from the rescued to the rare and the enigmatic. And you can get closer than ever before. Discounts available online. Click on the logo on the left for more details.
inveraraycastle (2) Inveraray Castle 
Visit the home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell, and see where the Christmas special of the popular TV show Downton Abbey was filmed.  Book online and receive a discount on the normal admission.  Click on the photo on the left for more details.
InverarayJail Inveraray Jail
Inveraray Jail is a living museum where real people portray life in a 19th Century Prison, talk to the Prisoners, meet the Warder & even sample the punishments!”
We have arranged a 20% discount on Inveraray Jail visits for all our Guests, to get your discount click on their logo and fill out the form on their page.
cruachan2c Cruachan – The Hollow Mountain
Situated amongst some of Scotland’s most beautiful scenery, lying deep within Ben Cruachan is one of the country’s most amazing engineering achievements. The world’s first high head reversible pumped storage hydro scheme is housed in a gigantic man-made cavern. To book a guided tour click on the logo on the left.
Ardkinglas Ardkinglas Woodland Garden  
The Woodland Garden is open all the year round with an outstanding collection of plants and trees, including the “Mightiest Conifer in Europe”. Click on the photograph for more information.
4032A02 Benmore Botanic Gardens
In a magnificent mountainside setting on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll lies Benmore, an enchanting Garden steeped in history and surrounded by dramatic scenery. Click on the photograph for more information.
strac2 Strachur Smiddy Museum and Craft Shop
This delightful visitors attraction is the original smiddy of Strachur, lovingly restored and looked after by local volunteers. It offers an interesting reminder of times past. Particularly for the young visitor, the implements, artefacts and photographs provide a valuable aid to learning and give a realistic insight into an important aspect of Scotland’s rural history. From time to time visitors can enjoy demonstrations of horse shoeing and the crafting of metal items. There is a gift shop selling locally produced art and craft. For more information click on the photo on the left.
balamory Balamory (Tobermory – Isle of Mull)
Balamory was shown on ‘CBeebies’ and BBC1 and is probably famous for being one of the most popular educational children’s television programmes of all time. Most of the filming was done here in Tobermory. Click on the photograph for more information
auchendrain Auchindrain Township
Auchindrain Township is the best remaining example of a type of settlement that was once typical and common, and which was very important within Scotland’s history. Click on the photograph for more information.
kelvingroveartgallery Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
IKelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum houses one of Europe’s great art collections. It is amongst the top three free-to-enter visitor attractions in Scotland and one of the most visited museums in the United Kingdom outside of London.  Click on the photograph for more information
glasgowscience Glasgow Science Museum
Glasgow Science Centre is Scotland’s must-see visitor attraction presenting concepts of science and technology in unique and inspiring ways. Click on the photograph for more information.
stirlingcastle Stirling Castle
Stirling Castle was the centre of art, culture and celebrity in the 16th Century. Visit and experience the drama. On-line tickets available, click on the photo for more details
Fyne Ale Brewery Fyne Ale Brewery Tour / Brewery Tap
Visit our local craft brewery and sample their multi-award winning Fyne Ales.  You can also take a tour of the brewery with one of their expert brewers.
Loch Fyne Deli Loch Fyne Deli
The Loch Fyne Deli is the place to stock up on local fresh fish, seafood and other tasty morsels. Combine it with a trip to the brewery and you experience the best of Argyll’s food and drink in one day out!
lochkatrine The Loch Katrine Experience
Loch Katrine is one of Scotland’s bonniest lochs and a trip to Scotland would not be complete without a sail on historic SS Sir Walter Scott.
We have arranged a 20% discount for a scheduled sail on Loch Katrine for all our Guests, to get your discount click on their logo and fill out the form on their page
HillHousePTV The Hill House
A ‘Must Visit’ for fans of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, this is widely known as his finest domestic creation. Open April- end of October. Click on the photo to visit The Hill House page on The National Trust for Scotland website.