Experience Scotland's Oldest Working Distillery
Recently named Whisky Visitor Attraction of the Year, Scotland's oldest working distillery offers a truly unique and authentic experience to visitors. Set in the heart of Perthshire, the distillery is only an hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Making whisky by hand and by heart since 1775, visitors will experience the traditional handmade distilling processes that have been used to craft the whiskies at Glenturret Distillery for generations. Discover how the distillery's Glenturret single malt is carefully blended with other grain and malt whiskies to create the UK's No.1 whisky, The Famous Grouse.
Choose from a range of tour experiences. Sample a selection of fine whiskies in our Tasting Experience, enjoy exclusive entry to our bonded warehouses in the Warehouse Experience and blend your own whisky during an in-depth Blending Experience.
Taste our best in the newly launched Wilde Thyme at Glenturret cafe and restaurant where you will savour mouth-watering dishes created using local, seasonal ingredients including Strathearn Pie, a special dish created in honour of the 2014 Royal Visit of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
And be sure to visit our unique and welcoming shop. We stock a full range of superb single malts and blended whiskies including distillery exclusives such as the Bottle Your Own Glenturret single malt, launched by William and Kate, which you can bottle straight from the cask.
Whether you are looking for a unique distillery tour, a very special warehouse experience, or even the opportunity to blend your own whisky, Glenturret is the only distillery in Scotland able to offer a truly authentic, traditional whisky making experience.
Open 7 days. 10am-6pm (Nov-Feb 10am-5pm). Last tour 90 minutes before closing. Closed 25-26 December & 1 January.
Take the M80 which joins the M9 just before Stirling. Then take the A9, turning off at Greenloaning onto the A822 via Braco and Muthill. From there follow the brown signs to The Famous Grouse Experience.
Take the M9 junction 11 near Stirling. Then take the A9, turning off at Greenloaning on to the A822 via Braco and Muthill. From there follow the brown signs to The Famous Grouse Experience. Alternatively take the M90 to Perth then the A85 to Crieff.
Or type PH74HA into your GPS
National Rail Enquiries 0845 748 4950
City Link 0870 550 5050
Stagecoach 01738 629339
Getting there by railway: Closest Railway Station - Gleneagles / Perth
From Perth station: Take A85 westbound by car or no 15 bus passing through Methven, Gilmerton and Crieff heading towards Comrie. 0.75 mile past Crieff, turn right at the cross roads, 17 miles.
From Gleneagles station: By car or taxi turn off A9 onto A823 following signs to Crieff. Take A85 westbound towards Comrie for 0.75 mile and turn right at the crossroads, 12 miles.
Getting there by aeroplane: From Edinburgh. Take the M9, junction 11 near Stirling. Then the A9 turning off at Greenloaning onto the A822 via Braco and Muthill. Alternatively take M90 to Perth then onto A85 to Crieff, 1 hour from Glasgow. Take M80 which joins the M9 follow directions from Stirling as Edinburgh above. Once in Crieff take A85 towards Comrie for 0.75 mile , then turn right at the crossroads.