Wild Space visitor centre

Located in the centre of Pitlochry, in the heart of Highland Perthshire, our visitor centre and gallery is an ideal stop-off if you're passing by on the A9.

We are delighted to announce that we will reopen from Saturday 1st of May, 10am-4.30pm. Come in and say hi if you are in the area! Additional opening hours will be announced shortly. Stay tuned!

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How to find us

The Wild Space is just off the A9, on the corner of Atholl Road and Station Road in the centre of Pitlochry. We are opposite Mackay’s Hotel and two minutes walk from the rail station in Pitlochry and from the Rie-Achan Road car park.

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Our gallery

The small gallery space at the rear of the Wild Space provides a perfect venue for artists working in the landscape or using natural materials. It's named after Alan Reece, a John Muir Trust member who helped create our visitor centre to raise awareness of nature and the value of wildness.

Paul Bertlett Reed bunting

Reed Bunting by Paul Bartlett

Opening hours

From Saturday 1 May 2021:

Wednesday: 10am-4pm

Thursday: 10am-4pm

Friday: 10am-4.30pm

Saturday: 10am-4.30pm

Closed: Monday, Tuesday and Sunday.

Please note: we might close the premises for up to 1 hour at lunchtime (depending on footfall), to sanitise surfaces.

What to see

The learning space is made from native windblown timber and features:

  • A permanent exhibition about our work, packed with inspiring photography and a stirring four-minute film.
  • Unique audio journeys that whisk you to Sandwood Bay, Ben Nevis, Knoydart and Skye.
  • The Alan Reece Gallery, displaying work from different artists throughout the year
  • A selection of books and other merchandise for sale
  • A meeting room for hire, kitted out with full audio/visual equipment

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Thank you to our funders

Thank you to the Reece Foundation for its generous support to create the Wild Space. We are also grateful to players of the People’s Postcode Lottery, the Gannochy Trust and the Craignish Trust.

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