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Blair Castle GroundsBlair Atholl PH18 5TL
T: 01796 481207
www: Blair Castle Grounds
Historic gardens and grounds set in glorious Highland scenery. There is a deer park, pony trekking centre, farm tours and woodland.
Dogs are not allowed in the castle (except guide dogs). Dogs are welcome in the estate but must be kept under control. Keep your dog on a lead near livestock and always clean up after your dog.
Drummond GardensMuthill, Crieff PH7 4HZ
T: 01764 681433
www: Drummond Gardens
Spectacular formal garden reached via a beech avenue. There is also a kitchen garden and woodland.
Dogs are welcome on a lead. Please clean up after your dog.
Killiecrankie Visitor CentrePitlochry PH16 5LG
T: 0844 4932194
www: Killiecrankie Visitor Centre
Wooded gorge with the River Garry flowing along its base. The Pass is famous for its spectacular autumn colours. The Visitor Centre describes the natural history and Battle of Killiecrankie.
Dogs welcome. Please keep dogs under control at all times in Pass and on leads around the Centre.
Queen's View Visitor CentreQueen's View PH16 5NR
T: 01350 727284
www: Queen's View Visitor Centre
Famous stunning viewpoint in the heart of Tay Forest Park. Queen Victoria admired the view on a visit here in 1866. There is now a forest shop, tearoom, picnic tables and an exhibition.
Dogs welcome at the viewpoint. There is outside seating at the tearoom.
Scone Palace GroundsScone PH2 6BD
T: 01738 552300
www: Scone Palace Grounds
The grounds include a Pinetum, a star-shaped maze, woodland walks, bluebells, rhododendrons and a Laburnum Walkway.
Dogs on leads are permitted in the grounds. Dogs are not allowed in the palace.