Visitor Attractions in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs

Glengoyne Distillery, Dumgoyne, near Killearn

Glengoyne Distillery    Dumgoyne, near Killearn

Within easy reach from Glasgow, Loch Lomond and Edinburgh, Glengoyne scotch whisky distillery is open all year round offering the most in-depth range of visits in the industry. Glengoyne is proud to offer entertaining and in-depth distillery visits including the Master Blender tour where guests create their very own blended whisky. Please see our website for our full programme of tours. The Glengoyne, Wee Tasting and Tasting tours run on the hour and no prior booking is required for groups of 10 or less.

Mansefield Studios Pottery & Craft Gallery, Arrochar

Mansefield Studios Pottery & Craft Gallery    Arrochar

Pottery studio and craft gallery showcasing Scottish ceramics, jewellery, photography, textiles and other traditional crafts. Found in the heart of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, overlooking Loch Long and the Arrochar Alps, Mansefield Studios is a few minutes drive from Loch Lomond, and just 45 minutes from the centre of Glasgow.

Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre, near Balloch

Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre    near Balloch

For a unique visitor experience, come along to our centre. You will be given a guided tour by one of our knowledgeable volunteers or staff members. Learn about the individual birds, see them close up, stand two feet away from a Golden Eagle. Watch the birds training or flying in our aviary compound. Learn about our rescue facilities and success stories. No one leaves disappointed.

Go Ape!, Aberfoyle

Go Ape!    Aberfoyle

The UK's No.1 Tree Top Adventure. Take to the trees and speed down zip slides. They're part of an ardrenalin filled course of rope bridges, Tarzan swings and crossings; all set up to 120 feet above the forest floor. Go Ape offers up to three hours of tree top fun. It's a great way to get outdoors and have an adventure. We take one lush, green forest and a healthy dollop of breathtaking scenery; blend with a smattering of tree-top high wires, tricky crossings (using ladders, walkways, bridges and tunnels, rope and super-strong cable) and wind-in-your-face zip wires; and finish off with a liberal dose of people in search of their inner ape.

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