This picturesque distillery was built in 1898 to produce malt whisky for Glasgow firm Wright and Greig's 'Roderick Dhu' blend. Visitors to this unique time capsule can see and hear how whisky was made here, as well as sample a free dram.
1 m S of Forres off the A940, IV36 2RR. Tel: 01309 676548 more details
Activity centre: includes Quad Biking, Dirt karting, Laser Combat Tag. The Loft music and comedy venue: Campsite with wigwams, lodges and children's playground, indoor reception and games area: Restaurant and Bar
From Forres, 4 miles along the A96 towards Elgin. Signposted left and another 0.5 miles.
T: 01343 850 111 www.eastgrange.co.uk
Part of the castle dates from 1567 and was once home to the Brodie family who were avid collectors of art, books, furniture and porcelain. The gardens are open all year and there's a wooded walk around the pond with bird hide.
5m West of Forres, signposted from the A96. more details
Benromach, Speyside’s smallest distillery, was established in 1898. In 1993 it was
taken over by Gordon & MacPhail who brought back into production. With different
levels of tour available including tutored whisky tasting, it makes a good start
to the Malt Whisky Trail.
Signposted from the A96, Forres
A well established, scenic golf course, offering a good test for every golfer. Excellent warm up facilities with practice range, bunkers and putting green. Catering facilities. An 18 hole, Par 70 course.
Signposted on the B9010 from Forres. T: 01309 672250
The most remarkable sculptured monument in Britain, probably a cenotaph, standing over 6m high and dating to the end of the first millennium AD. Covered by a protective glass enclosure. Free admission.
Towards Elgin from the town centre, (B9011). T: 01667 460232 historic scotland website
The 20m x 9m pool offers public swim sessions and adult swim sessions. The centre also has a fitness room, sauna, steam room & relaxation suite.
On Burdsyard Road, off Sanquhar Road, IV36 1FG T: 01309 672984