Visit the countryside River Tay Way Sites to see Discover some of Perthshire's most unique natural, built and historical sites along the River Tay Way! Kenmore Kenmore is a beautiful village at the end of Loch Tay close by to the Scottish Crannog Centre – one of the country’s top heritage sites where you can discover what life was like over 2500 years ago. Aberfeldy Aberfeldy is a classic Highland market town with a distillery, fantastic shops and restaurants, and the stunning Birks of Aberfeldy. Robert Burns statue at the Birks of Aberfeldy Griffin Forest This mighty forest features an extensive path network and Perthshire’s biggest windfarm. Craigvinean Forest One of the first Perthshire Big Tree Country forests and one of several planted by the Dukes of Atholl, Craigvinean is home to Pine Cone Point – a stunning wooden structure with unrivalled views of the River Tay. Pine Cone Point in Craigvinean The Hermitage The Hermitage is home to towering Douglas firs, Ossian’s Hall (b. 1757) and the thunderous Black Linn Falls. Ossian's Hall at The Hermitage The Birnam Oak This mighty oak is a 500-year-old heritage tree thought to be the sole survivor of the Birnam Wood made famous in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Birnam Oak © Cameron Cormack Dunkeld and Birnam This is one of the best-preserved historic towns in Scotland and home to a stunning cathedral set at an ancient ecclesiastical centre. View of Dunkeld across the River Tay Murthly Castle Murthly dates from the 14th century, and the estate comprises 12,000 acres of grounds and features panoramic views of the Birnam Hill. Kinclaven Bluebell Wood This is one of the best places in Scotland to see carpets of bluebells in late spring. Kinclaven Bluebell Wood Stanley Mills Stanley Mills was built in the 1780s and is one of the Industrial Revolution’s best-preserved relics. The River Tay The longest river in Scotland at 119 miles with the greatest volume of any river in the UK. Perth A historic city ideal for accessing the outdoors, including the surrounding hills and mountains.