THINGS TO SEE & DO
Carn Daimh from Tomnavoulin
(Hill of the Stags) at 1866ft (570m) is most often ascended in the course of following the Tomintoul Spur of the Speyside Way, between Glenlivet and Tomintoul.
Corryhabbie Hill, Glen Rinnes
A fairly easy ascent leading to the moorland summit of Corryhabbie Hill with extensive views over Glenlivet, Ben Rinnes and Speyside. Moorland and farm tracks complete the circuit. SEE WEBSITE for more details.
Corryhabbie Hill/Cooks Cairn from Glenlivet
Corryhabbie is the highest point of the long moorland ridge between Glen Rinnes and the heads of Glenfiddich and Glenlivet. From the plateau-like summit there are extensive views over vast rolling hills and moors to the Cairngorms to the south and Ben Rinnes to the north.
The Convals Hill
The Convals (Meikle Conval, 571m and Little Conval, 552m) are the two 'rounded humps' separated from Ben Rinnes by the 'Beatshach', the pass linking Speyside to Glen Rinnes.
Scotland’s oldest independent museum. Free admission but donations are welcome. The collection is housed in a Grade A listed building sited at the East end of the High Street. The collections include treasures from all around the world but focus on items local to the Moray area. In 2008 the Scottish Government recognised Elgin’s collection of fossils as one of national significance. • Opens April to October. • Mon - Fri: 10am-5pm • Sat: 11am-4pm • Sunday: closed November to March Visitors and groups welcome by special arrangement.Contact:
1 High Street, Elgin
Falconer Museum, Forres
Founded in 1871, the Falconer Museum is one of the oldest in the district. The museum houses a wealth of Moray’s heritage and features displays on local history, social history, geology and archaeology. Many events for crafts and history take place here for children and for adults. April - Oct, Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm Jul - Aug Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm. Sun 1pm- 4pm Nov - Mar Tues- Sat 10am - 2pmContact:
Tolbooth Street, Forres
Grampian Transport Musem
Grampian Transport MusemContact:
Grantown Museum tells the story of the town’s beginnings and is a source of great pride to the people of Grantown.Contact:
Burnfield House, Burnfield Ave, Grantown-on-Spey
Green Hall Gallery
2 Victoria Street,Contact:
Just Art, Fochabers
An independent gallery showing contemporary work by artists who live and work in Scotland.Contact:
64 High Street, Fochabers
Leap Studio & Gallery
17 Victoria Street, Craigellachie
Logie Estate Art Gallery
Established in 1992 and has become a well recognised promotor of approachable contemporary art from across Scotland and further afield.Contact: