Visitor Attractions in and around Oban
Every August, Oban hosts this premier highland games. In the solo Piping, the competitions are for World championship titles.
Step back in time and discover Scotland’s rural history at Auchindrain, the most complete and well-preserved example of a Scottish Highland farm township.
Tobermory was selected for the Children's T.V programme Balamory because of its beautiful location, and multi-coloured houses.
This hydro electric power station lies deep within Ben Cruachan. The visitor centre and underground tour make a unique excursion.
Take a 3-minute ferry ride to Easdale to find out about the slate industry, the island's history, the army volunteers, education, geology, boats, and entertainment.
A superb visitor attraction with interest and excitement for all ages, with great family deals and concessions to seniors and groups.
Take a wander around our rare utility poultry and waterfowl breeding pens and browse through our garden plant nursery at Benderloch.
Centre for archaeology and landscape interpretation, Scottish Museum of the Year1998. Bookshop and cafe, plus online shop.
Chauffeur driven open air trike tours and trips around Oban and the surrounding lochs and glens of the Highlands offer a unique road trip.
Founded in 1794, and producing a very pleasant (ed) classic malt bottled at 14 years. Daily tours Easter - October.
On the shores of Loch Creran, the centre comprises an aquarium and a rescue and rehabilitation facility for common and grey seal pups.
Stretches 128 miles from Oban to St Andrews, crossing the heart of Scotland mostly on tracks, paths and minor roads.
Photographs, artefacts and genealogical records related to the social and industrial life of the islanders, especially the people engaged in the former slate industry.