Location and map

Get the most out of your visit.

Whatever you plan to see when you get here, you’ll find exploring it much easier thanks to our interactive map of Glenlivet Estate and some of the main visitor attractions in the surrounding area.

The best place to start your visit is the village of Tomintoul, with it's information centres, shops, cafes and hotels.

By road

From South (A9)

Leave A9 at Aviemore, take A95 to Grantown on Spey, then A939 to Tomintoul.

From South (via Braemar and Deeside)

Leave A93 at Crathie, take B976 to Bridge of Gairn then A939 over the Lecht pass to Tomintoul.

From the north (via Elgin)

Take the A95 to 1 mile S of Marypark then branch left on to the B9008 to Tomintoul.

By Rail

Get on board a train from London Kings Cross to Aberdeen and Inverness. Or travel overnight on ScotRail’s Caledonian Sleeper. Tickets can be booked at any mainline UK station, online at www.scotrail.co.uk or by calling 0344 8110141. It’s the perfect relaxing way to start your visit. You’ll also find train links from other major cities including Cardiff, Birmingham and Manchester.

The nearest train station is Aviemore (25miles).

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Public Transport

We have to be honest, public transport is very limited in the area. For more, you’re best to contact the Tourist Information Centres:

Tomintoul (Open Easter to mid October) – ring 01807 580285

Elgin (Open all year) – call 01343 562608 or email visitorinfo@moray.gov.uk

By Air

There are regular flights into Scotland’s main airports from across the UK, with coordinated airport to city centre transport links to make your journey here quick and easy.

Getting here

Travelling to Glenlivet by car, train, bus or bike? Your journey exploring the great outdoors starts here.

Parking

Coming to Glenlivet by car? Find out all you need to know about where to park.

Disabled access

We’re dedicated to helping everyone enjoy all the great outdoors has to offer.

Access information

Our beautiful landscapes are open for everyone to enjoy. But we have a few rules, to ensure they stay that way.