Planning a trip to Central Scotland this year? It could be quite confusing with the COVID-19 restrictions, so make sure you are up to date with all the restrictions. You can follow our Coronavirus page to find out how the restrictions affect your stay with us. This is our list of fun events that will take place by October this year.
Have you been to any of the annual Edinburgh festivals this year? If not, you still have time until the end of the month!
4-12 September – Open Perthshire Studios
Have a visit to the annual Perthshire exhibition of wonderful and talented artists. It is a 9-day event, so if you are in the area, make sure you stop by!
11-12 September – Alliance Trust Cateran Yomp
Take the challenge and go on a long-distance hike with beautiful scenery. It is a great opportunity to raise money for charity but also to experience the wonderful hike with many other people.
18-19 September – Alzheimer Scotland’s Memory Walk
Find out in which area you are staying and join the annual walk for Alzheimer awareness! They can start from the Forth Valley area to Aberdeenshire so there is always going to be a spot for you!
1-3rd October – Callander Jazz & Blues Festival
The annual jazz and blues festival in Callander are still going this year! It will be 15 years since they have started organising the festival, so it will definitely be a show worth seeing.
9-10th October – Blairgowrie, Rattray & The Glens Book Festival
Despite the restrictions, books can help us travel to far places! Have a look at the daily events and activities and try out something new this year!
30th October – Stirling Whisky Festival 2021
As the 2020 event has been cancelled, if you have bought tickets for them, they will still be eligible for this year’s festival! It is a great opportunity to catch up with friends and family and try something new, especially if you are travelling.
If you would like to know more about other events, have a look at Visit Scotland’s page.
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