Your culture attendant: things to do in Bridge Of Tilt

A THING TO DO TODAY

BRIDGE OF TILT
Price: £15.40 (adult)
Time: 1-4 hours
The Highland Wildlife Park, near Kincraig in the Cairngorms, is home to lots of animals which live, or have lived, in the Highlands - and a few slightly more exotic ones too. Hear about the park's Amur tigers at 2.30pm today from a keeper, while they're being fed... just don't stand too close...
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BRIDGE OF TILT
PERTH AND KINROSS
56.76667, -3.83333


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