1 Lochleven Castle
Enjoy a scenic boat journey across Loch Leven that was once made by historical figures such John Knox. Explore the now tranquil island that once acted as prison for Mary Queen of Scots and a castle that saw debates, death and abdication. You can also watch the wildlife that is nourished by the surrounding largest natural shallow water body in lowland Britain.
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2 Stanley Mills
One of Scotland’s surviving water-powered mills is situated right by the River Tay. Founded in the 1780s at the height of the Industrial Revolution, the mill was once powered through a network of waterways. It processed cotton and produced textiles that were sold around the world for over two hundred years. Visitors can learn about the working life and the use of water at the mill.
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