A visit to the ancestral Home of The Black Watch brings this glorious Regiment’s past vibrantly to life, through artefacts, personal stories and interactive displays. Explore the galleries of The Black Watch Museum with your own private guide and discover more treasures from the collection with a sneak peek behind the scenes.
Conclude your visit with an elegant Afternoon Tea, a tradition was first made popular by Anna Russell, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, in 1840. Afternoon Tea at the Castle features a three tiered stand brimming with a delicious combination of savoury and sweet treats created by their talented chefs. Choose from a selection of teas or freshly brewed speciality coffee, relax and enjoy the ambience of the award winning Copper Beech Café.
The prize is able to be offered on any day of the week.
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The Great Perthshire Picnic is back and the month-long celebration of