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Linn of Tummel © NTS

Linn of Tummel

No one has ever discoverd why the salmon returns thousands of miles to its native stream to breed.

Dirnanean Garden

See the stunning collection of big trees ranging from the venerable wellingtonia (Sequoiadendron giganteum), planted around 1870, to the four noble firs (Abies nobilis) near the road end of the old carriage drive.


Dirnanean Garden

The garden plays host to other trees including an old Irish yew (Taxus fastigiata), a large silver conifer (Abies delavayi), a Persian ironwood (Parrotia persica) which displays spectacular autumn colours and the katsura tree (Cercidiphyllum japonicum) with fallen leaves that smell of burnt toast.

The Burn Walk runs above the main house in front of the steading buildings of 1870 up through the Fox Den to the Fountainhead and Rosemoor. Although not fully accessible at the moment, work is being carried out to replace bridges and restore pathways.

Wheelchair access along the carriage drive to the main house.

No dogs.


From the A9 take the Moulin A924 exit, north of Pitlochry. Dirnanean Garden is just before Enochdhu.

From Blairgowrie follow the A93 to Bridge of Cally and then on the A924.


Car parking provision and cold drinks are available in the museum, with teas on summer weekends and by arrangement.

There are a number of idyllic picnic spots and well placed seats within the garden.

Opening Times

Garden open early June to the end of August, Wednesday to Sunday.


Admission charge

Public Transport

Take the bus from Blairgowrie to Enochdhu.

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