The Famous Grouse Experience

Features

  • Tours Tours
  • Café and/or Restaurant Café and/or Restaurant
  • Bar Bar
  • Shop Shop
  • Wheelchair Access Wheelchair Access
  • Child Friendly Child Friendly
  • Public Transport within 5 miles Public Transport within 5 miles

Tour details

Individuals

Tours run throughout the day

Groups

Large groups should book in advance

Wheelchair Access

There is wheelchair access throughout the Famous Grouse Experience

Shop

The Famous Grouse blended and malt whiskies, selected other whiskies, Famous Grouse gifts and souvenirs, including personalised bottles.

Restaurant & Bar

Open for simple meals, snacks, and coffees

Public Transport

Bus: 15, Perth to Comrie, stops at Dalvreck House, 0.4 miles from the distillery

Opening times

Jan-Feb

all week: 10am-4:30pm
first tour 10:30am, last tour 3pm

Mar-Dec

all week: 9am-6pm
first tour 9:30am, last tour 4:30pm

Closed

Dec 25–26, Jan 1

Prices

Adults: from £8.95
Concessions: from £7.50
Children under 12: free

Choose from:

  • The Experience Tour – £8.95 (£7.50)
  • The Celebration Tour – £13.95 (£12.95)
  • The Stillman's Choice Tour – £20 (£18.50)
  • Warehouse No.9 Tour – £40

Get in Touch

Tel: 01764 656565
Email: enquiries@
thefamousgrouseexperience.com
www.thefamousgrouse.com

Twitter: thefamousgrouse
Facebook: The Famous Grouse Experience

The Famous Grouse Experience
Creiff
Perth and Kinross
PH7 4HA
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There's no mistaking the Famous Grouse Experience – a ten foot high copper statue of the iconic bird greets visitors arriving at Glenturret distillery. Grouse is Scotland's favourite whisky, and the Famous Grouse Experience, sited within easy reach of both Edinburgh and Glasgow, its most visited distilllery.

It also claims to be the oldest, although Bowmore and Glen Garioch would dispute that. Whatever the true date, Glenturret has certainly been producing a gentle Highland malt for going on two centuries.

The tour includes the Famous Grouse interactive zone, a BAFTA award winning show, and the working distillery itself. It ends with a choice of drams, and if that has whetted your appetite, the bar has a menu of some sixty whiskies to choose from.

Silverware

Scottish Tourist Board 5 star Visitor Attraction

Annual Events

The Famous Grouse Festival – a Scottish music festival from Folk to Rock, along with whisky themed activities including the chance to sample some rare drams not normally available. 12–13 Aug 2011

Community

The Famous Grouse Experience supports CHAS, the RSPB, and other local charities

Trade Bodies

SWA, Visit Scotland, Perthshire Business Tourism Partnership & others

Fuller review to come following visit.