See also a large Click On
Map for the area Top Attractions.
Touring Parks in the area.
The image top is of the south side of
Newtonmore with the Clan Macpherson Museum where
the road leads right to Laggan and Fort
William, and left to Perth.
The Museum opened in 1952, covering Clan Macpherson
from the 800s, through the Jacobite
Risings, and up to today.
The Glen Hotel
is by the Museum, with a popular diner and
outdoor seating for hot days.
Antlers Cafe is one of a number of Cafes and
Restaurants along the Main Street.
The Wildcat Centre
is in the middle of the Main Street, giving
information on a Walks around the Village.
There are also 132 painted Wildcat Models
around the Village you can look for.
St Brides Parish
Church is just off the Main Street, up Glen
Road, with the earliest parts built from
Bike Worx is on
the Main Street for Sales, Hire, and
Club is off the Main Street on Golf Course
Road. This course was founded in 1893.
The Balavil Hotel
is at the north end of the Main Street with a
Restaurant and Indoor Pool.
The Highland Folk Museum is
situated on the north side of Newtonmore. The
Museum gives information on how people lived in
the Highlands from the 1700s - 1950s. The
Museum opened in 1935 on the Isle of Iona, was
moved to Laggan on the Mainland in 1939, then
to Kingussie in 1944, then to Newtonmore in
The Spey Bridge
Caravan and Camping Park is on the south side
of the Village.
Distillery is 10 miles south of Newtonmore
on the road south to Perth, with a Shop and
Tours can be taken.
for Biking and Walking is 10 miles southwest of
Terrain is 15 miles southwest of Newtonmore
with Self Drive 4x4 Safaris, Guided 4x4 Tours,
and Quad Bike Tours.
National Nature Reserve is 22 miles southwest
of Newtonmore with a range of Walks, including
a hike to the top of Creag Meagaidh Mountain at
1,130 m / 3,710 ft. Hiking
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