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Atholl Country Life Museum

Blair Atholl PH18 5SP, Scotland
+44 1796 481232
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Took a stroll to this centre. A lovely location by the river tilt. Hand carved animals to be seen... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
jspaulding2000
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Preston, United Kingdom
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Best museum we,ve seen for a long time

Very well laid out. Plenty to see from old school to post office. Very interesting for all ages... read more

Reviewed October 18, 2016
Dorothy M
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Blair Atholl PH18 5SP, Scotland
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Took a stroll to this centre. A lovely location by the river tilt. Hand carved animals to be seen. Lots of interesting information.

Thank jspaulding2000
Reviewed October 18, 2016

Very well laid out. Plenty to see from old school to post office. Very interesting for all ages. Very knowledgeable volunteer to help with questions. Small shop to raise funds.

1  Thank Dorothy M
Reviewed October 16, 2016

Good selection of exhibits and displays. The voices of the past are worth taking the time to listen to. Make sure you go inside the village post office - its super!

Thank Rittmr
Reviewed October 14, 2016 via mobile

Just drove past and stumbled over the place. Very interesting and well worth a visit. Lots to see. Gives a good overview of the place.

Thank AlanG1967
Reviewed October 13, 2016

Very friendly and informative gentleman at entrance desk. The exhibits are displayed in scenes of days gone bye. Particularly enjoyed the section depicting school life, and the reconstructed Post Office of Trinafour was like taking a step back into the past. Definitely worth a visit.

Thank VioletJ_13
Reviewed August 26, 2016

This small museum cover many aspect of life back as far as 1900 or even earlier. You can see it was a tough life wit h little money for most. The museum is factual and down to earth. You can get a real feeling for...More

Thank Jeremydhbstirling
Reviewed August 10, 2016

A nice little museum giving an insight into country life most helpful staff on hand to answer your questions a nice little coffee shop on site also with home made cake

Thank Vivienne S
Reviewed June 29, 2016

Described as " a natural meeting place, not to be missed, and the start of three major passes through the three major mountains in Britain," you find it by taking the back road down from the more obvious Blair Atholl shop and restaurant that is...More

Thank Busybee888
Reviewed June 3, 2016

Not much to do in Pitlochry so we stopped into this Distillery; quaint but worth a stop. Walked around the grounds & took some photos for our album.

Thank Sominex
Reviewed May 23, 2016

Small but packed with items of local interest, if you are in Blair Atholl it's worth a visit. It is on the main route through and well places by the tourist information, car park and picnic area.

Thank jennywinter23
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