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Perth is a city in Perthshire, Scotland, which lies on the banks of River Tay to the north eastern fringe of Central Scotland. Perth is the administrative centre of Perthshire, and is popularly referred to as The Fair City, although its city status was revoked in the 1970s following local authority reforms. On 14th March 2012 it was decided to restore city status to Perth to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II after many years of campaigning. The history of Perth goes back over 800 years when it was originally founded as Saint John's Town - the name is still used for the Perth's professional football (soccer) team St. Johnstone - and the adjoining town of Scone was a former capital city of Scotland. Today it is perhaps best known for giving its name to the Western Australian city of Perth. (less...) (more...)

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  • Scone Palace, Scone (2 miles / 3km north of Perth, follow A93 and signs), 01738 552 300 (, [6]. Open Apr-Oct, M-Su 9:30AM–5:30PM (last entry 4:45PM). Scone is the historic crowning place of no less than 42 Scottish kings, including Robert the Bruce and Bonnie Prince Charlie. Where you can now see the Palace, built early 19th century, stood once the Abbot's Palace. You can see a replica of the Stone of Destiny, upon which the kings were crowned. The original stone was thought to have been stolen by Edward I and brought to London, but some believe the original was hidden by its guardians and that the English king was given a locally quarried substitute. A few years ago this stone was finally returned to Scotland and now resides in Edinburgh Castle. Visitors more interested in medieval history might not want to buy the rather expensive ticket for the Palace, but you can walk around the park on a cheaper ticket. The Palace offers an extensive collection of 17th and 18th century Ivories in the State Dining Rooms, 18th century French furnite, a big collection of Poreclain, Queen Victoria's boudoir and information of the Scottish kings. Palace & Grounds £6.95/5.95/4.00 (adult/student, senior/child). Grounds only £3.50/3.00/2.20 (adult/student, senior/child).
  • St. John's Kirk is the centre of the town and the oldest building in Perth, dating back to 1159. [7]
  • St Ninian's Cathedral. Not as old but none the less impressive.
  • The Black Watch Museum +44 1738 638152, fax: 01738 643245. Balhousie Castle, Hay Street. Military history of the 42nd/73rd Highland Regiments. Paintings, medals, uniforms and weapons on display. No admission fee, but donations welcome. May-Sep M-Sa 10AM-4:30PM, Oct-Apr M-F 10AM-3:30PM. [8]
  • Perth Museum & Art Gallery, 78 George Street,  +44 1738 632488, fax: 01738 443505. M-Sa 10AM-5PM, closed Christmas to New Year inclusive. Collection of Pictish Stones, art and information about natural history, human history and archeology. Free admission.
  • Fergusson Gallery. Marshall Place.,M-Sa 10AM-5PM. The works of J.D. Fergusson, the Scottish colourist artist and Perthshire local. Admission free.
  • Elcho Castle, the Rhynd, near Perth, PH2 8QQ. (4 miles from Perth, just off A912.),  +44 1738 639998. 1st April - 30th September. M-Su, 9.30AM to 5.30PM. Built on the site of an older structure in around 1560, it is one of the best examples of it's kind still remaining. Adult £3.20, Child £1.60, Concession £2.70.
  • Game Conservancy Scottish Fair, Scone Palace.,  +44 1828 650639. First weekend in July (3 days), 9.30AM - 6.00PM.. Set impressively in the grounds of Scone Palace, the Game Conservancy Scottish Fair is regarded as one of the main countryside events of the year in Scotland, demonstrating the importance of game and other wildlife and their contribution to the Scottish countryside. The Fair entertains all family members with a variety of displays (including Falconry and Terrier racing) in the Main Ring, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Gundog and Fishing Competitions on the banks of the River Tay. Educational exhibitions relating to countryside research projects undertaken by the Game Conservancy in Scotland together with children's activities (go-karts, climbing wall and superjumper) add to an enjoyable day out. Adults £14, Children (5-15) £3, Under 5s free. Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children) £31.
  • Perth Farmers Market, King Edward Street. First Saturday of the month. 9.00AM-2.00PM. At Perth Farmers' Market on the first Saturday of each month there is an abundance of fresh ingredients and quality products. From slabs of fresh red meat and slippery oysters to green, leafy veg to home made cakes, pies and wines - you will find everything you need to create delicious meals. If you're not sure what you're after, need to be inspired or want to know more about what you are eating, have a chat with our stallholders who can advise on ideas, cooking methods and traceability. From favourite comfort foods for the family to new and exciting recipe trends for dinner parties and friends, with Perth Farmers' Market, you really can make a meal of it. Free.

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About Perth


Perth "St John's Toon" used to be Scotland's capital from the 12th century on with the important Scone Palace nearby. Nowadays it is a pretty quiet place and according to the 2001 census, the population of the town is 43,450 [1], many of whom work in financial and customer services.


  • If you are fit enough. You can cycle up to Kinnoull Hill to have a superb view over the landscape. Cross River Tay over the Perth Bridge to the east side of the river. Go straight across the intersection and follow the road for about 3km and then turn right at the sign to Kinnoull Hill. You probably want to leave the bike at the car park unless you're up for some 2km off-road biking, but the walk to the summit is worth it! You can also drive up with the car to Kinnoull Hill and walk from the car park 2km up to the summit to get an impressive view over Perth and its surrounding.
  • T In The Park, Balado, Kinross. (Located at Balado Airfield, just off the M90 at Kinross.),  +44 8444 999990. Second weekend of July (3 days). Scotland's biggest and most famous annual music festival. Day tickets: £60.00 - £72.50. Weekend tickets: £170.00 - £180.00..
  • Branklyn Garden, 116 Dundee Road, PH2 7BB,  +44 1738 625535. 10.00 - 17.00. This attractive garden in Perth was developed by John and Dorothy Renton with the help of seed collections from plant hunters such as Forrest, Ludlow and Sherriff. Gardeners and botanists from all over the world come to see the outstanding plants - rhododendrons, alpines, herbaceous and peat-garden plants. The gardens are also home to white peacocks. Free.
  • Noah's Ark, Old Gallows Road, PH1 1QE,  +44 1738 445568. Children's indoor soft play area, indoor karting, golf driving range, ceramics centre, and ten pin bowling.
  •    Moncreiffe Hill, Near Perth (Take the Rhynd Road heading east from the A912 just north of Bridge of Earn for around 2 miles, follow signs for woodland walks.). Moncreiffe Hill is a major landmark just a few kilometres from the city of Perth. From the south a mixed woodland occupies a steep scarp slope showing the spring and autumn colours of broadleaves, larch and pine to the thousands of drivers heading north on the M90. Free.
  • Glenshee Ski Centre, Cairnwell, Braemar, Aberdeenshire, AB35 5XU (Glenshee Ski Centre is situated on the A93, nine miles south of Braemar and twenty five miles north of Blairgowrie.),  +44 1339 741665. 08.30 - 17.00 during ski season. Although Glenshee is not in Perthshire, it is still very accessible from Perth.
  • Perth Playhouse, 6 Murray Street, PH1 5PJ,  +44 1738 623126. If the weather is poor and you fancy seeing a film, then why not pop along to the movies. The art deco style building opened in 1933 and has since gone through various refurbishments, the most recent in 1999 when it was converted into a seven-screen cinema.
  • Dewars, Glover Street, PH2 0TH,  +44 1738 624188. A Sports, Business and Events venue suitable for: Buffets, Bowling, Ceilidhs, Conferences, Curling, Dinners, Exhibitions, Funeral Receptions, Ice Hockey, Marquee, Meetings, Parties, Seminars, Skating, Trade Shows, Weddings
  • Perth Leisure Pool, Glasgow Road, PH2 0HZ,  +44 1738 492431. 07.00 - 22.00.


  • Duncan's in Perth, 33 George Street,  +44 1738 626016. Open M-Th 12 - 2.30 & 5.30-9PM, Fri & Sat 12 - 2.30 & 5.30-9.30PM. Duncans in Perth is a new addition to the dining out scene in Perth and is a welcome appearance. Good use of locally sourced ingredients prepared and cooked well in a friendly clean environment served by cheerful staff.
  • Deans @ Let's Eat Restaurant, 77 - 79 Kinnoull Street,  +44 1738 643377. Open Tuesday - Saturday. The recently refurbished Deans at Lets Eat Restaurant has now made its mark as one of Perth's favourite restaurants. Willie Deans describes his cooking as vibrant modern Scottish. The focus is firmly on flavour and seasonability, most of his ingredients are sourced locally and quality is not compromised. All aspects of the dish are freshly made on site. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed with a discreet professional service.
  • 63 Tay Street, 63 Tay Street,  +44 1738 441451. Tu-Sa, Lunch - Mid-day until 1400 Dinner - 1830 until 2100. 63 Tay Street is in the heart of historic Perth. This highly rated restaurant uses produce sourced locally and from fine suppliers a little further afield. An extensive wine list is a feature of the restaurant.
  • The Club Restaurant, Murrayshall House Hotel, Scone,  +44 1738 662231. Murrayshall House Hotel, where modern day sophistication embraces history amidst the sumptuous grounds of the splendid Murrayshall Estate. Murrayshall provides a sanctuary for guests to enjoy their golf, business or simply pleasure in unspoiled elegance, removed from distraction or interruption.
  • The Bothy, 33 Kinnoull Street, PH1 5EN,  +44 1738 449792. Shelter in style at The Bothy, Restaurant & Bar. Traditional Scottish dishes and European flavours mix to provide fabulous food, great service and stylish surroundings. Family friendly every day until 8PM. Enjoy fine wines, cocktails and a full a la carte menu every night. Remember to drop into the Wee Bar for a drink before and after your meal! The Bothy has built a reputation on serving quality Scottish favourites and bistro bites in a warm homely setting. Head Chef Stuart Wilson has devised a menu which will take you back to your childhood, with servings of belly fillers, heart warmers and delectable sweets.
  • Baiglie Inn Country Restaurant, Aberargie,  +44 1738 850332. The Baiglie Inn is relaxed and friendly and the décor is fitting for an old Scottish inn dating back to 1820. The food can be described as Scottish/Australian and inventive. They aim to serve 5 star food at 3 star prices! The house speciality is whisky pate with a hint of Drambuie.
  • Acanthus Restaurant, Parklands Hotel, 2 St Leonards Bank, PH2 8EB,  +44 1738 622451. Tu-Sa, 7.00PM - 9.00PM. The food is essentially modern Scottish, with the occasional other influence making an appearance. Dishes are prepared using top quality local produce from the best of Scotland's larder and cooked sensibly and with flair. We can cater for individual dietary requirements. Contemporary décor gives an intimate atmosphere suitable for a quiet romantic dinner or to gather a small group of friends for a celebration. The restaurant also has a private dining room or alternatively the entire space can be booked for functions.
  • Manzil Tandoori, 13 York Place, PH2 8EP,  +44 1738 446222. Indian restaurant, voted the best in Perth.
  • The South Bistro, 47 South Street, PH2 8PD,  +44 1738 633334. Fantastic small restaurant.
  • Cafe Tabou, 4 St John's Place, PH1 5SZ,  +44 1738 446698. A good value French restaurant in the town centre. There is a two course pre-theatre menu (£11.50) available on some nights.
  • La Serie A, 24-26 Kinnoull Street, PH1 5EX,  +44 1738 631456. W-Su. Fantastic food at very reasonable prices. The takeaway sits next to the restaurant. The pizzas and pastas are named after Italian football teams.
  • Jade Garden, 14 Scott Street, PH1 5EJ,  +44 1738 622254. Popular Chinese restaurant.
  • Gulisanos, 8 North Port, PH1 5LU (Behind the Concert Hall),  +44 1738 563032. Tu-Th: 12:00-14:30 and 17:00-22:00 Friday: 12:00-14:30 and 17:00-23:00 Saturday: 12:00-23:00. Offers a varied and exciting menu. Provides the Italian relaxed service so if you have a time limit then please say so.
  • Rancho Pancho, 80 George Street, PH1 5LB,  +44 1738 444660. Tuesday--5-10PM Wed--5-10PM Thursday--12-2PM/ 5-10PM Friday--12-2PM/ 5-10PM Saturday--12-2PM / 5-11PM Sunday--5-10PM. Excellent Mexican restaurant, situated at the top of George Street, close to Perth Concert Hall.
  • Pacos Restaurant, 3 Mill Street, PH1 5HZ,  +44 1738 622290. FRI - SUN 4.30PM - 11.00PM (Last orders) SAT 12:00 noon - 11.00PM (Last orders). Food at Paco's Restaurant is freshly prepared daily and cooked to order. From pasta to pizzas, burgers to steaks, we have an extensive menu that will cater for all tastes. We always provide quality food along with exceptional service which makes us one of the most popular restaurants in Perth.
  • Krung Thai, 161-165 South Street, PH2 8NY,  +44 1738 633090.
  • Café Breizh, 28 High Street, PH1 5TQ,  +44 1738 444427. 9AM-9.30PM. Breizh is a traditional French restaurant, which has become one of Perth’s most popular places for eating out in its first year since they opened in May 2006 Enjoy coffee and croissants for your morning break or choose from our extensive menus which includes, pizzas with a wide variety of toppings baked in a wood burning oven or Galettes filled with fresh spinach, spring onions, mascarpone and goat cheese. Many ingredients are imported from France to give the authentic flavour to our dishes which can be enjoyed with our specially imported French Cider. Why not come in and enjoy your meal, served by our friendly staff dressed in traditions French mariners striped tops, in a relaxing atmosphere. Special menu for children under 12.
  • Keracher's Restaurant, 168 South Street, PH2 8NY,  +44 1738 449777. Kerachers is one of Perthshire’s leading restaurants. Since opening in May 1999 it has gained in reputation due to the relaxed style of the Restaurant itself and the marvellous fresh fish supplied by the Keracher family. Kerachers is relaxed and informal, serving superb local produce cooked with imagination and flair . Owners Pamela and Peter Keracher run the front of house and kitchen respectively so ensuring a quality dining experience. The Restaurant has 56 covers and is light and spacious thus ensuring comfort for our diners.
  • The Thai at Rocablu, 1 Speygate Perth PH2 8PJ (On the corner of Canal st and Speygate just behind Sheriffs court on Tay st. 2 large carparks in front of Restr.),  +44 1738 442715. 1200-1500 1730-2230. this is a new Thai restaurant in perth well about 1 year. really good and a great cocktail bar in an old Dewars whiskey cellar next door. has a huge fish tank behind bar. I now go there often for lunch including Saturday and Sunday for 3 course meal £7.75...brilliant lunch £7.75 a la carte 2 course from £14.00 to max.£21.50 p/p. edit.
  • The Mexican, 24-26 Atholl Street,  +44 1738 447878. wed-sun 17:00-21:00. The Mexican is Perth's newest and most authentic Mexican restaurant specialising in Mexican, Cajun and Bordertown cuisines. Why not come and try a frozen margarita or a chilled Mexican beer whilst enjoying our ever popular fajitas or whatever else takes your fancy on our extensive menu £10.00-£16.00.
  • Tabla Indian Restaurant (Authentic Indian & Carryout), 173 High Street. PH2 8NY (End of south street. Opp Bank of Scotland),  +44 1738444630. Mon-Sat 12-2.30 & 5-10. Sun 3-10.30. Owned and run by Praveen Kumar and his wife Swarna Kumar, both born and brought up in a small rural community in south India. At Tabla we use fresh, farm grown spices by own family in India. Tabla is well presented restaurant with stone walls and open kitchen. 2 Course Lunch £6.95. Indian Tapas £15.95 per 2. 2 Course Dinner £9.95. Take away & Home Delivery service. £7 to £21.


  • Brennans, 38 St John Street, PH1 5SH,  +44 1738 623969. Plays host to the best pub quiz in town, Pubquizzing, on Thursday nights from 8PM.
  • Kirkside Bar, 9 St John's Place, PH1 5SZ,  +44 1738 626344. Quaint wee local pub in the town centre.
  • That Bar, 145 South Street, PH2 8NY,  +44 1738 634523. Used to be the place to go. Has karaoke and sticky floors.
  • Ormonds Bar, 273 High Street, PH1 5QN,  +44 1738 621631. Named after the great Willie Ormond, St Johnstone FC's greatest ever manager.
  • Greyfriars, 15 South Street, PH2 8PG,  +44 1738 633036. Nice wee pub with cask conditioned ales.
  • The Foundry, 3 Murray Street, PH1 5PJ,  +44 1738 636863. Built on the site of the old Perth Foundry, this pub has a varied mix of clientele, from the young to the not so young. Right next to the Caledonian Cinema so pop in here for a pint before your film.
  • The Twa Tams, 79-81 Scott Street, PH2 8JR,  +44 1738 634500. Perth's Premier music venue.
  • The Sandeman, Kinnoull Street, PH1 5EZ,  +44 1738 443944. This is the former Sandeman Library, converted into a modern pub.
  • Loft Nightclub, 145-149 South Street, PH2 8NY,  +44 1738 634523. Situated above That Bar. A lot nicer than the pub.
  • City Nightclub, 6-8 South Methven Street, PH1 5PE,  +44 1738 474060. City is a club on the top floor of the Sportster's Bar.


  • Whisky. Perth has long been a centre for whisky, such as The Famous Grouse, Dewars and Bells. Some distilleries are still in operation in the area, such as Aberfeldy [9], Tullibardine [10] and Glenturret [11], however the ones in the city have now closed.
  • Caithness Glass. At the top of the Dunkeld Road, is a visitor centre where all manner of glassware can be purchased. Visitors can also take a tour of the factory, seeing glass blowing and other techniques in practice.
  • Cairn O’Mohr Fruit Wines, East Inchmichael, Errol, PH2 7SP,  +44 1821 642781. M-F 9AM-6PM, Sa 10AM-5PM, Sun 12.30-5PM. Cairn O’Mohr award winning Scottish fruit wines are made from berries, flowers and leaves. All the Cairn O'Mohr wines have distinctive rolling flavours, juicy and aromatic. Tours £6.50, children go free..
  • Perth Mart Visitor Centre, Perth Mart, PH1 3JJ and also EWM, 17-19 St Johns Street, PH1 5SP,  +44 1738 637366. The Edinburgh Woollen Mill is a Scottish clothing retailer targeting men and women over the age of 40. They sell a good range of Scottish clothing and souvenirs such as Pringle knitwear and tartan travel rugs.

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