The Best Landmark in Perth

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Perth, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Perthshire, Perth PH2 6BD

Since 1812

Palace, Tourist Attraction, Garden, Historical Place, Architectural Building, Shop, Children's Activities, Group Bookings, Green Tourism, Outdoor Activites, Food Hall, Coffee Shop, Activities for Kid's, Guided Tours, Weddings, Events, Festivals, Luxury Accommodation, Outdoor & Indoor Venue

Free admission: Children under 4 years, Grounds, Coffee Shop, Food Shop, Children's Playground and Maze each Friday, Saturday & Sunday - It is a Category A listed historic house - It is a 5 star tourism attraction

Price: Adult £11.50, Child £8.00, Senior/Student £10.20 & Family £35.00

Mon - Sun 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

We had the triple pass (here, Glamis and Blair) so we're looking forward to comparing. Although smaller than either it was interesting well laid out and well worth the visit. I agree that the ivory carvings are disturbing to a modern audience (as mentioned in a number of reviews below) but these were accepted at the time they were purchased and relevant to the history of the house so they did not upset me. The links to Scottish history were well expressed. The grounds were lovely and we enjoyed.

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Rhynd, Perth PH2 8QQ

Since 1560

Castle, Historical Site, Tourist Attraction, Information Center, Architecture Structure, Tower Houses, Rooms, Programs, Events & Shop

Free Admission: Child under 5, Member/Explorer Pass Holder - It consists of a Z-plan tower house with fragments of a surrounding wall with corner towers - It is one of Scotland’s best-preserved 16th-century tower house

Price: Adult £5.00, Child aged 5-15 £3.00 & Concession: £4.00

1 April - 30 September: Mon - Sun 9:30 am - 5:30 pm 1 October - 31 October: Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm 1 November - 31 March Closed

What a gem of a find. Worth going off the beaten track to discover. A very well preserved and presented Historic Scotland property. Should be better promoted but there are no brochures on this specific property. Children would love the many rooms and areas to explore and imagine themselves back in the days!!!I have never seen so many historic facilities ensuite to the chambers !!! The gardens are a great place to picnic.

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Huntingtower, Perth PH1 3JL

Since 1582

Historical Landmark, Tourist Place, Garden, Castle, Architecture Structure, Historic Places, Houses, Painted Ceiling, Garden Centre, Fragmentary Wall Paintings Showing Flowers, Animals & Biblical Scenes

Free Admission: Member/Explorer Pass holder & Child under 5 - It was built in stages from the 15th century by the Clan Ruthven family and was known for several hundred years as the 'House (or 'Place') of Ruthven'

Price: Adult £5.00, Child aged 5-15 £3.00 & Concession £4.00

1 April - 30 September: Mon - Sun 9:30 am - 5:30 pm 1 October - 31 October: Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm 1 November - 31 March: Mon - Wed, Sat & Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Thu & Fri Closed

We visited the castle on our way home from a holiday. It was a bit smaller than I was expecting but there was still plenty to keep us entertained for an hour and a half. We received a very warm welcome and the kids were given question sheets to answer on their way round which they really enjoyed doing and kept their attention. There was just the right amount of information dotted around the castle to keep us interested but not overwhelmed. Would definitely recommend a visit.

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