One of Scotland's most beautiful medieval buildings, Elgin Cathedral is a magnificent ruin, much of which dates back to the 13th century. Its many outstanding architectural features include the country's finest octagonal chapter house.
In Elgin on the A96, IV30 1HU. T: 01343 547171 more details
Moray's only 10 pin bowling alley is popular with visitors and local people. As well as bowling, you can play pool, air hockey and games in the amusement area. Lunar Land play area is a safe, fun area for children. Bar & catering facilities.
2 Moycroft Industrial Estate, Elgin IV30 1XZ T: 01343 541444 more details
Providing many different activities including an ice rink, swimming and leisure pools, relaxation suite, health and wellness suite, childcare facility, soft play area, squash court, beauty therapy department, Cafe and Bar.
For five centuries until 1686, Spynie Palace was the residence of the bishops of Moray. There are superb views. Spynie Loch can be seen from the tower. The mighty tower house was one of the largest in Scotland.
2 m N of Elgin off the A941, IV30 5QG. T: 01343 546358 more details
A tranquil place, founded in the thirteenth century and still inhabited by a community of monks. Information boards tell its turbulent story. Visit the small abbey shop which sells honey and produce from the gardens.
West of Elgin, signposted from the A96