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Roll back the years and enter the world of Scotch Whisky

What do barley, peat, smugglers and King George IV have in common?

Visit the Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre, take a seat in an electric barrel car and journey back to the heather-scented highlands and islands, and you will discover why these, and a myriad of events in Scottish history, combine to make the story of whisky one of the most fascinating you will ever experience. Commentary in the barrel cars in English, French, German. Italian, Japanese and Spanish.

Opening Hours: 09.00-19.00 Adult £2.50 Child under 16 yrs £1.25


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