Crieff Information Centre is located in the old Town Hall in the High Street, with parking nearby. We have information on all local activities, and our advisors can help you plan tours, as well as booking accommodation and tickets.
Crieff is an old market town with a great history dating back to prehistoric times. In the 16th to 18th centuries it was famous for the Tryst, an annual market at which cattle from all over the Highlands and Islands were sold. Our Advisors can point you in the direction of the ‘must see places’ in & around Crieff as well as further afield. A wide selection of leaflets are available and we also sell fishing permits and golf passes along with theatre and event tickets. Browse our selection of retail, including a variety of books and maps, Scottish souvenirs and Harris Tweed. The Information Centre also houses the “Stocks, Stones & Stories” Museum which is free entry. If you are planning a longer stay in Crieff or plan to travel further afield, why not let our Advisors book your accommodation?