The Speyside Heather Centre

The Speyside Centre is currently in the process of rebuilding after a devastating fire in April of 2016 with hopes of firing on all cylinders by the summer of 2018 but currently we have a small Gift Shop, Garden & Wildlife Shop, Tearoom, Antiques Shop, Wildlife Viewing Area and Kids Play Area. We will continue to specialise in Heather plants and Clootie Dumplings with a few added surprises.

Phone: 01479 851359Email: enquiries@heathercentre.comWebsite: www.heathercentre.com

Strathspey Railway

Brought back to life in 1978 by a dedicated group of volunteers, this ten mile restored section of the original Highland Railway Line enables you to travel back in time to an era when steam whistles blew , carriage doors slammed shut and there was a familiar click-clack, rhythm of the rails, as the train travelled along the track.

More Info

Phone: 01479 810 725Website: www.strathspeyrailway.co.uk

Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club

Established in 1890 Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club is one of the finest golf venues in Cairngorm National Park area. The course was designed by Willie Park with assistance from James Braid.

Phone: 01479 872079Website: www.grantownonspeygc.co.uk

Grantown Museum & Heritage Trust

Discover the stories from Grantown-on-Spey  about the founding of our 18th Century planned town, who were the movers and shakers in the Scottish enlightenment? Lots of great interactive stuff for kids – who go free!

Phone: 01479 872478Email: info@grantownmuseum.co.ukWebsite: www.grantownmuseum.co.uk

Outdoor Access Scotland

If you’re a member of the public wanting to enjoy some fresh air in a local park, or a dog walker, hill walker, mountain biker, horse rider or kayaker, there is information for you and much more.

Cairngorms National Park

The Cairngorms National Park is home to one-quarter of Scotland’s native forest; one-third of the UK land above 600 meters; more breeding waders than the whole of Wales and a quarter of the rare and endangered species in the UK! Want to know more about the Cairngorms?