Places to visit
Explore the history of the village by following the Heritage Trail and interpretation boards. The McNab burial ground is on the beautiful island of Innis Bhuidhe, in the middle of the Falls of Dochart. The Parish Church of Killin and Ardeonaig, built in 1744, has an octagonal dome and a seven sided font. St Fillan's healing stones are now located in the church. Finlarig Castle was once the home of the Campbell family. Moirlanich Longhouse(NTS), in Glen Lochay, is a fine example of a cruck frame building.
Distilleries - Aberfeldy, home to Dewars World of Whisky, a superb visitor centre even if you don't like whisky. Edradour, Scotland's smallest distillery, and Blair Atholl, Pitlochry. The Famous Grouse near Crieff. Glengoyne near Loch Lomond. Oban distillery founded in 1794.
Crannogs - The Scottish Crannog Centre, Loch Tay, has a unique reconstruction of an early Iron Age loch-dwelling based on excavation evidence from Loch Tay.
Cruises - Enjoy a cruise on Loch Katrine, immortalised in the poetry of Sir Walter Scott, aboard the classic steamship the Sir Walter Scott.
Retail therapy - if you can't holiday without a visit to the stores, but would like to see something a little different, then the House of Bruar is a must.