Innerpeffray Library - Scotland's first free Public Lending Library Innerpeffray Chapel, near Crieff
Scone Palace, the crowning place of Scottish kings, north of Perth across the River Tay
Stanley Mills - an 18th Century water mill complex on the River Tay at Stanley
There are plenty of historic buildings and homes scattered across Perthshire that offer a fascinating glimpse into how the region’s past inhabitants once lived and worked. Find everything from grand stately residences to a remarkable complex of 18th century cotton mills situated on the banks of the magnificent River Tay.
Visit the sumptuous Scone Palace where 32 Scottish monarchs from the legendary Macbeth and Robert the Bruce to the ill fated Charles II were crowned king upon the Stone of Destiny. See the rooms which once hostel Queen Victoria and Bonnie Prince Charlie and explore its stunning grounds.
Discover other unique historic buildings like the oldest public lending library in Scotland, and an amazingly well preserved group of water-powered cotton mills that date from the late 18th century and offer a fantastic insight into Perthshire’s once thriving textile economy.
Take a look at the listings below and find out more about historic homes and buildings in Perthshire.
Welcome to St. John's Kirk of Perth, one of Scotland's most important burgh churches . It is Perth's most ancient building, and sits at the very centre of the old Royal Burgh. Its unique broach spire has dominated Perth for over 500 years
Cultybraggan Camp, near Comrie, Perthshire is the last remaining WWII high security Prisoner of War (POW) Camp in the UK. Named PoW Camp No 21, it was built in 1941 to house 4,000 Category A prisoners.