Huntly offers a wide variety of interesting places to relax and learn more about what makes our town tick.

Historic buildings such as Huntly Castle, Leith Hall and the Brander Museum & Library provide a fascinating insight into our town in days gone by. Memorials to our past pay tribute to the contribution our townsfolk have made at home and abroad.

Contemporary places to visit include stops on the Huntly Food Trail, such as Rizza's and Dean's our very own ice cream and shortbread makers. Whisky buffs can indulge their passion at Glendronach Distillery and at the Duncan Taylor Whisky Shop.

For children, our attractive public parks and the intriguingly named Bogie Dragon provide fun and healthy activity, whatever the weather. And for the whole family the award winning Peregrine Wildwatch and Huntly Falconry Centre are must see attractions.

Kildrummy Castle Gardens are a 20 drive from Huntly, providing a place of peace and tranquility.

Forbes Raeburn & Sons
 Butchers, 7 Bogie Street 
Andy Murray
 Painter and decorator also specialising in wood restoration