Ballindalloch Castle

A classic Scottish castle with plenty to do for all the family.

Carr Bridge

Carrbridge's most famous landmark is the old packhorse bridge, from which the village is named. The bridge, built in 1717,[5] is the oldest stone bridge in the Highlands.[6] It was severely damaged in the "muckle spate" of 1829 which left it in the condition seen today

Carrbridge on Wikipedia

Raitts Souterrain

A very well preserved prehistoric souterrain (underground passage), just a short walk from Lynchat on the outskirts of Kingussie.

Ruthven Barracks

Our local landmark forms a spectacular foreground to our views of Strathspey. It was an important fortification during the 1745 Jacobite rising and is well worth a visit.

Historic Environment Scotland

Strathspey Steam Railway

Brought back to life in 1978 this ten mile restored section of the original Highland Railway Line enables you to travel back in time to an era when steam whistles blew.