Pitlochry and Moulin Heritage Centre, located within Moulin Kirk, offers a fascinating afternoon out for visitors and those with family connections to the area. Enjoy a stroll around our fantastic exhibition of local information, photographs and history of the area, along with memorabilia and artefacts donated or loaned by local residents.
Open daily from May to October from 2pm to 4pm. Although please note due to Covid 19, the Centre has not yet opened this year. We are keeping this under review in line with Government advice.
On your visit to the Centre you can take a local journey through time. You can experience ancient life in Pitlochry and Moulin, St Colm or St Colman to whom Moulin Kirk is dedicated, find out about the medieval life around the Black Castle of Moulin, learn about old shops and trading in Pitlochry, prominent families, the flax industry and trade in Moulin, including examples of raw flax and finished linen. We have a brilliant photographic display of old postcards and newspaper articles together with lots of old school photos.
Become a member of Moulin Kirk Trust and help to support our activities and maintain our local history on behalf of our community. The Centre is funded through memberships, entry fees and donations and is managed and looked after by volunteers.
Find us in Moulin Square, Pitlochry
A regular local bus service runs from Atholl Road to a stop at Balnadrum Terrace, just a few minutes walk from the Centre. Car parking is available in Moulin Square.
Comments from the Visitors’ book are very encouraging - here are just a few:
A lovely way to spend an hour.- Mr & Mrs Taylor, Frome
Fascinating exhibition... lots of detail about local area.- J Ward, Oxford
Wonderful displays and nicely done.- The Maitlands, Vancouver
An excellent exhibition.- Ms Paterson Plymouth