Visit Bridge of Earn

There is a variety of places to visit Bridge of Earn.

In addition, with its central location, it is an ideal base to stay for visiting Perthshire, Edinburgh, Fife and Dundee.

Moncrieffe Hill is approximately one mile from Bridge of Earn, This is a beautiful woodland walk with marked footpaths and is managed by the Woodland Trust. From the summit (Moredun Top), on a clear day you can have beautiful vistas of Perth, Strathearn, the River Tay down to Dundee, West Lomond Hill and beyond to Ben Vorlich and the southern Highlands. The footpaths are colour coded and graded to varying degrees of distance and difficulty.

The Hill supports a plethora of wildlife, including, Roe Deer, Foxes, Squirrels (red and grey), Buzzards, Tawny Owls and Woodpeckers.

Elcho Castle is situated approximately 4 miles from Bridge of Earn on the Rhynd Road. Elcho Castle is managed by Historic Scotland and is open to visitors throughout the summer months.

Balvaird Castle near Bridge of Earn, is a late 15th-century tower on an L plan, extended in 1581 by the addition of a walled courtyard and gatehouse.

For full details of events happening at Perth Concert Hall(Horsecross) and Perth Theatre please check out their websites

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