Alyth Museum

The only museum outside Perth City in Perth and Kinross. Open seasonally from May to September, the area’s rich farming heritage is the inspiration for the displays in this lovely,...

Alyth Parish Church

Designed in Romanesque style by Thomas Hamilton. Situated in a prominent position overlooking the town, Alyth Parish Church was completed in 1839 to a design by Thomas Hamilton, an Edinburgh...

Ashbank Mill

Mrs Baxter and Ashbank House. Ashbank Mill was built in about  1836  by a  Mr. John  Baxter. Originally it was used for spinning  flax and  tow (a coarse broken fibre removed during processing...

Ballintuim Church

An important community Church. Dedicated in 1899, St Michael and All Angels’ Episcopal Church is a simple but picturesque building designed by the Rev William Sugden. On the roof sits...

Craigmill

The northernmost of all the mills of Blairgowrie and Rattray. The ruins of this mill, the northernmost of all mills in Blairgowrie and Rattray, stand about 500 yards below Craighall...

Duff Memorial Church

The Church of Scotland's first Missionary to India. Born in the parish of Moulin in 1806, Alexander Duff was first educated in what is now the Kirkmichael Session House. He...

Glenisla Kirk

A popular wedding venue. The present church was built in 1821 replacing an older church known as The Blessed Virgin.This medieval church or chapel was located on the same site...

Glenshee Kirk

A traditional Parish Church built on the site of an old standing stone. Glenshee Kirk is built on the site of a late Neolithic, early Bronze Age (c 3,000 –...

James Sandy

Inventor of the Invisible Hinge. James Sandy was born in Alyth in about 1766 and lived in what is now the Alyth Hotel. Crippled in both legs as a result...

Kirkton of Glenisla

The heart of Glenisla. Kirkton of Glenisla is an ancient farming community, and little has changed over centuries in the way the land has been managed. The remains of Bronze...

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