This is an aircraft museum with a difference. Morayvia was formed in 2011 to progress work started by the Nimrod Heritage Group to preserve the last remaining Nimrod at RAF Kinloss – XV244. It was granted charitable status in 2012 and established a visitor centre at the former primary school site at Abbeylands in Kinloss. … Read more
Logie Steading is a mini shopping centre in a rural setting, where you’ll find a number of craft businesses, retailers and things to do, and a conveniently located cafe. Originally built as a model farm in the 1920s, Logie also offers salmon fishing, hosts outdoor theatre and pop-up events throughout the year. Businesses based at … Read more
The ice house is an intriguing little building built in the mid-19th century as a natural freezer to support the local coastal salmon netting industry. The internal chambers were used to store ice which meant fish could be chilled while being transported to London markets. The icehouse is now a museum to the salmon fishing … Read more
This is a pleasant walk around the pond at Brodie Castle. The water feature lies at the end of a long avenue of trees leading west from the castle. It provides a peaceful and relaxing walk, with wildlife and particularly birds to be seen all year round. It’s a great place for families to visit … Read more
The Playful Garden, within the grounds of Brodie Castle, is a destination in itself. A huge sensory outdoor area with a different twist on some old favourites. A giant bunny, a tunnel, mirrored maze, spinning tops, all set in a garden setting with open space and many other little treats to keep the little ones … Read more
There are relaxing walks around Sanquhar Loch, a stretch of fresh water, which originated as an ornamental pond for the now demolished Sanquhar House. The stream which feeds the loch is the selected source of water for Benromach Distillery.
This is a narrow ledge along the River Findhorn with steep cliffs and sudden drops. Take care, particularly in wet weather.
Randolph’s Leap is a walk along the River Findhorn, named after a specific point where the gorge narrows. It is said that at this point Thomas Randolph , who later became the Earl of Moray was chasing a member of the Comyn family who leaped the narrows to escape. It was originally called Comyn’s Leap, … Read more
Kinloss Abbey was founded in 1150 by King David and was colonised by Cistercian monks.
Forres has an enviable display of floral sculptures and displays. Over the years, the volunteers that make this happen have won countless awards and accolades, but most of all, they make the town look beautiful. People come from miles around to see the displays in Grant Park. But there work doesn’t end there, there are … Read more