Queen's View Visitor Centre
Where we are
Highland Perthshire's most iconic view
Queen's View lies at the heart of Highland Perthshire and is the area's most popular visitor attraction. Just one look is enough to tell you why.
When Queen Victoria visited in 1866, she assumed that the sweeping view west along Loch Tummel was named after her – but she was wrong. We think the view was really named after Isabella, the first wife of Robert the Bruce, who lived more than 500 years earlier.
Today, you too can enjoy views fit for a queen, along with a nice cup of tea from our café. Pick out some gifts at the well-stocked shop and relax before exploring the nearby forests.
Facilities & access
The café and visitor centre open daily between 10am and 5pm until November, and between10am and 4pm from November to March.
Car parking charges
£2 per visit. Your ticket can also be used at Braes of Foss and Dalerb car parks before the expiry time.
Assistance dogs are welcome throughout the visitor centre and café. Other canine visitors are welcome to join you on the café deck where water is available.
From the A9, follow signs for Killiecrankie, then Kinloch Rannoch. Queens View Visitor Centre is about 7 miles along the B8019.
PH16 5NR is the nearest postcode.
Local bus services run from Pitlochry. Plan your journey at Traveline Scotland.
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