Visitor Attractions

Explore nature, discover history or go on an outdoor adventure.

Set within the vast rolling landscape of the Cairngorms National Park, Glenlivet Estate is full of memorable countryside experiences – whatever your age, interests or ability. And whatever the weather.

Glenlivet Visitor Centre

Discover more about the countryside of Glenlivet and how it is managed.

Drumin Castle

Only two walls of this imposing Castle have survived.

Glenlivet Distillery

Fancy sampling a taste of local history? Pop along to the world famous Glenlivet Distillery.

Tomintoul

Enter the world of the 4th Duke of Gordon who mapped out the village in 1776.

Scalan & Braes of Glenlivet

During the 18th Century, hundreds of young men were trained for Catholic priesthood here.

Lecht & Lecht Mine

It was, and still is, the largest manganese mine ever worked in Scotland.

Packhorse Bridge

This truly picturesque structure spans the Livet at Bridgend.

The Bridge of Avon

A great spot to view the crystal clear waters of the Avon.

Victor Gaffney Viewpoint

Visitors to this dramatic viewpoint are always rewarded.

Knock Earth House

Mystery surrounds this stone lined underground chamber.

Blairfindy Castle

Discover Blairfindy Castle and step back in time.

Strath Avon

The Avon’s silvery waters and ever-changing annual scene has inspired generations.

Battle of Glenlivet

The site of the battle (1594) can be reached by a forest walk

Visitor information

Read up before you visit so you can make the most of your time here.

Seasonal highlights

Every season brings new reasons to visit Glenlivet Estate.