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Getting here

Killiecrankie is 3 miles north of Pitlochry.
Address Killiecrankie Near Pitlochry Perthshire PH16 5LQ

Contact information

Telephone: 01796 473233

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Opening times

Visitor Centre

Current period1 Nov–31 Mar 2020, closed 1 Apr–31 Oct, Fri–Mon, 10.00–17.00 1 Nov–31 Mar 2021, closed

Current periodAll year, daily

Entry prices

Car park
Car park
Site & Visitor Centre
One adult family

Members go free

At all Trust places, admission is free for members.

Join from £4.00

Planning your visit

We offer a bespoke selection of retail products and a selection of hot/cold drinks, sweets, biscuits and snacks at the visitor centre.

Pay & Display parking is available next to the visitor centre and picnic area (£3 per vehicle, free to National Trust and National Trust for Scotland members).

Dogs are welcomed on site and inside the visitor centre but must always be kept under control and on a lead inside buildings.

You can also arrange a private tour of Killiecrankie with a ranger.

Outdoor adventures

Looking for exciting things to do in the Highlands? Look no further as Perthshire is the perfect place to make the most of the great outdoors. With miles of footpaths covering Munros, through woodlands and along riverbanks you’re bound to find a walk that is perfect for all the family, including the dog!

For all thrill-seekers there are also multiple local companies that organise activities such as quad biking, clay pigeon shooting and even bungee jumping.

The countryside is open to everyone so please be respectful of others and the environment by keeping dogs under control and following the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times.For more information about planning your visit please see our frequently asked questions.


See full accessibility information
Accessible parking
Accessible toilet
Baby changing
Children’s activities
Coach parking
Dogs welcome
Free member parking
Hot drinks
Pay & Display
Play area
Self-guided trail


  • Parking is on two levels, with disabled parking bays on each level.
  • The visitor centre, shop, toilets and exhibition are on one level but the footpath into the Pass of Killiecrankie is steep, uneven and has steps.

We have an ongoing programme of accessible content development. Detailed accessibility guides for the most visited Trust places are available on our Accessibility pages as well as links to useful resources.

We’d love you to visit the Euan’s Guide website to review the accessibility of Trust places and tell us (and others) what’s good and where we need to do better.