Scotland’s Tay Country offers four new themed itineraries

Scotland's Tay Country offers four new themed itineraries

Scotland’s Tay Country offers visitors a unique experience around the ideas of Perthshire, Fife, Angus and the city of Dundee.

Visitors can spend time at the V&A Dundee museum, enjoy a game on the famous links at St Andrews, stroll through the forest landscapes of Perthshire to soaking up a sense of the past a Glamis Castle.

Each itinerary is ideal for both groups and free independent travellers (FIT), the destination offers visitors COVID friendly ‘Good to Go’ visitor attractions and a unique blend of city, coast and countryside.

New themed travel itineraries:
  • Culture, History and Heritage. Every community has its own tales to tell; explore the Tay Country’s rich heritage of stories and storytelling featuring Dunfermline Abbey and Palace, Glamis Castle, The McManus: Dundee’s Art Gallery & Museum and more
  • Water & Outdoors. Enjoy a wide variety of outdoor sports and wildlife, such as the Highland Safaris, Knockhill Racing Circuit, Isle of May Boat Trips and more
  • Luxury & Unique. Explore the east of Scotland’s Tay Country and enjoy a range of arts, culture and outdoor experiences such as Dundee Contemporary Arts, The Farm Experience, Kellie Castle & Garden and more
  • Scotland’s Year of Stories 2022.  Experience a full year of Scotland’s Year of Stories where visitors can explore various attractions across the Tay Country that showcase Scotland’s rich history, spotlighting Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries, J M Barrie’s Birthplace, The Library of Innerpeffray and more

Itineraries are available to download here and for further enquiries, please contact the team via [email protected]