Newtonmore Highland Folk Museum, Aberfeldy, The Scottish Crannog Centre, Falls of Dochart, Callander, Edinburgh
Head south on the A9 for 30 mins to Newtonmore where you can visit the outdoor Highland Folk Museum and see how life was lived in rural Scotland from 1700’s to the 1960’s.
Carry on south down the A9 and turn off on the B846 to Aberfeldy. 1 hour 10 mins.
Aberfeldy is situated on the River Tay. The Birks of Aberfeldy is a popular walk the offers views of several waterfalls. You can also go white-water rafting, gorge walking or go on a Highland Safari. The Black Watch Memorial & Tay Bridge are worth wandering through the town to find. Have lunch or tea at the Watermill Gallery.
Take the A827 out of Aberfeldy to the Scottish Crannog Centre. 15 mins. Set on Loch Tay near Kenmore it features a reconstruction of an Iron Age house called a Crannog, a house built in the Loch on stilts.
From the Crannog Centre take the A827 along the side of Loch Tay to Killin where you can visit the Falls of Dochart. 30 mins.
From Killin take the the A85 south and then the A84 to Callander. Depending on time you could stop off at Balquidder and visit the church and the grave of the famous Rob Roy McGregor. You could also eat at Mhor 84; a great wee eatery.
Once in Callander you can enjoy a wander in this pretty town. From here you can head back to Edinburgh. 1 hour 20 mins.