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Dunblane has a wealth of activities and sights for young and old alike. See our local attractions such as Dunblane Cathedral, Dunblane Museum or our latest tourist attraction, the golden post box

See also a shortened version of our tourist leaflet In Dunblane *

If you enjoy walking or cycling, there are many beautiful routes in and around the town, and we have many play areas for young children. If you feel more energetic, why not join in one of the many sporting activities available at the Dunblane Centre, or play tennis at Dunblane Sports Club or golf at Dunblane New Golf Club. More details on all of these (and more!) can be found in the menu options to the left.

* The In Dunblane tourist leaflet was produced by Dunblane Community Council in 2013 and updated in 2015.  The leaflet gives details of places to visit in Dunblane as well as various activities and events in Dunblane throughout the year.  The leaflet also contains information about places to stay in Dunblane and places to eat in Dunblane.  Copies of the leaflet are available from the Library, Post Office, Cathedral, Museum and various hotels, B&Bs as well as shops and cafes.   It has been distributed to Tourist Information Centres in Stirling, Perth and Pitlochry. The cover photograph of Dunblane Cathedral: © Crown Copyright Historic Scotland is reproduced courtesy of Historic Scotland www.historic Scotlandimages.gov.uk

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Dunblane has a good variety of eateries and hostelries to suit everyone's taste. Click on the links below for more information.

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Located in the heart of Scotland - in the middle of triangle made by Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh - Dunblane is a perfect Scottish location to visit. With road and rail access from all three cities, Dunblane is easy to get to and full of interest things to see and do. Pop in and see us when passing, or plan a longer visit to take in our local attractions.

Enjoy a quiet walk by the river, where you might catch the blue flash of a kingfisher, or visit the ancient cathedral with its soaring stone arches. The Leighton library, which opened around 1687-88 and is the oldest private library in Scotland, sits nearby. There are books dating back many centuries, once having pride of place in the the homes of their famous owners who often wrote inside. 

Indoors or out, there is much to do in Dunblane. Get a hot pie from one of our local prize-winning butchers, wander round our many churches, visit our parks and open spaces, or try skateboarding on our fantastic skatepark which took 10 years of hard work to complete, or just relax by the river and watch the wildlife. And when you want larger places then visit Stirling or hop on a train to Edinburgh or Glasgow, the shopping capital of Scotland. Lots to see and lots to do. Come and visit us.

 

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