Pitlochry and Moulin Heritage Centre

Pitlochry and Moulin exterior

Opening times

Open seasonally


An admission charge applies


Moulin Kirk
Moulin Square
PH16 5EH

Pitlochry and Moulin Heritage Centre is based in historic Moulin Kirk in the pretty hamlet of Moulin. We have several permanent exhibitions exploring the archaeology of the area, the history of the church, the schools in the parish, local land owners, the Pitlochry Highland Games, the linen industry in Moulin, and a collection of historical local trophies. In 2013, we were very pleased to be presented with the Communion plate originally given to Moulin Free Church in 1844.

In addition to photographs connected with the First World War, we have exhibitions mounted by Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust with information on the Black Spout archaeological dig and, for railway enthusiasts, pictures and information on the Highland Railway.

For visitors with an interest in tracing local family connections, there is a family history research area in the centre.

Moulin penny farthing
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