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Visitor Attractions

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park has an abundance of attractions and other places of interest to visit.

Whatever the weather you will be spoilt for choice for things to do and see in this idyllic part of Scotland.

 

The Hill House in Helensburgh

The Hill House in Helensburgh is the largest and finest of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's domestic buildings. Within easy access of Glasgow, the Hill House  is within an hour's drive of the city centre with regular train services from Glasgow Queen Street train Station to Helensburgh. The Hill House occupies a hillside that looks out over the Clyde estuary, and is surrounded by grounds meticulously landscaped by Charles Rennie Mackintosh .It bears the image of Scottish baronial traditions. Stroll around and view the Mackintosh designed fireplaces, furnishings and fittings!

Kilmahog Woollen Mill, Callander

Discover a 250 year old mill from Scotland's textile and industrial heritage, complete with original waterwheel.  Built in 1758, originally a flax mill producing the famous Kilmahog Rug, the site is now an established tourist shop with Harris Tweed, Countrywear, lambswool, Clan Tartan Centre,  arans & cashmere, Highland dress and made-to-measure kilts, trousers and skirts. Coffee shop open daily, serves the BIG BREAKFAST, snacks, hot meals and a variety of refreshments including PURO Fairtrade coffee.

Current weather

Loch Lomond

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  • Temperature: 7 °C
  • Wind: East-Northeast, 6.9 mph
  • Pressure: 1024 hPa
  • Rel. Humidity: 87 %
  • Visibility: 6.2 mi
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