Visit the countryside Perthshire Big Tree Country Aberfeldy Birks of Aberfeldy Follow in the footsteps of the bard Robert Burns through this spectacular gorge to the small naturally formed seat, where the famous poet was said to rest and find inspiration while listening to the roar of the Falls of Moness – a must see any time of year! 'Birks' is Scots for birch trees, and a beautiful birch woodland can be seen at the top of the Moness gorge. You can also get up close to a range of exotic specimen trees in a collection beside the Upper Birks car park. For more information, click here. Cluny House Gardens COVID-19 UPDATE - OPEN Cluny is open all year round. We have been advised that gardening, visiting gardens and outdoor spaces are still being encouraged during the COVID-19 crisis. Please do visit. The garden is looking very spring-like and the squirrels and birds are all very busy. Cluny is a getaway haven for some peace and tranquility. Cluny House Gardens is the best site in Perthshire to spot red squirrels. Watch them as they run through the canopy of this wonderful wild woodland garden and around Britain’s widest tree, a 130-year-old giant redwood. You can also discover rare and exotic plants from around the world merged with native plants to create the unique atmosphere of a Himalayan woodland paradise. For more information, click here.