Located in the city of Perth, Scotland, The Black Watch Castle & Museum is one of the top visitor attractions in Perthshire and includes the Copper Beech Cafe, the Museum Shop and the Regimental Museum. The Black Watch Museum collection covers the long history of the oldest of the Highland Regiments, from its raising as six independent companies in 1725 until the modern day as a battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland. Uniforms, fine paintings, medals, photographs, diaries, weapons and military equipment, together with film and reminiscences bring to life the proud military heritage of this family regiment.
The collection contains significant items that have been gathered by the Regiment throughout its history, right up to the recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Black Watch Museum is housed in the dramatic and historic Balhousie Castle. The Castle is set in its own beautiful gardens and grounds. A visit to this ancestral home of The Black Watch brings this glorious Regiment’s past vibrantly to life.
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Tel 01738 638 152Email The Museum
Accessibility: Lift. Accessible toilets.
Children's activities available.
By car: follow brown signs from trunk roads and within Perth city centre
By foot: well signed and within easy walking distance of Perth city centre.