Breadalbane Visitor Attractions Cultybraggan Camp 3765 Stop off at Cultybraggan Camp to explore one of the best preserved WW2 PoW camps in Britain and discover how community ownership has helped locals use the Camp today as a place to grow food, do business and have fun. <br /> <br />Visit the Comrie Heritage Centre at Hut 1 where you can pick up a self-guided tour leaflet to help you explore the history of the site. You can also make use of the abundance of open space including the Comrie Community Orchard and sports fields. With all the village resources of Comrie nearby and access to the network of local paths, opportunities for adventure are never far away. Killin Water Mill 3426 <p>Tourist information, books by local authors, thrift, craft participation events, arts &amp; craft exhibits and sales.</p> The Birks Cinema 3326 <div>The fully refurbished single-screen cinema offers a film-tastic 100-seat auditorium with spacious, comfortable seating and state-of-the art digital projection and sound system. <p>Audiences can enjoy the latest movie releases as well as broadcast live events (theatre, opera, ballet), while enjoying a glass of local beer or wine too!</p> <p>The welcoming cafe-bar offers a wide selection of coffees, teas, local cakes, snacks (popcorn and sweets), as well as an enticing range of soft-drinks, beers and wines.</p> <p>Our mezzanine level hosts live Celtic acoustic music on Thursday evenings – check our website for details of other events. As a community-owned charitable venture, your visit makes a real contribution to Highland Perthshire too!</p> <p>For film and event listings, tickets, film reviews and the latest movie news, plus the full story behind the restoration of the Birks, just follow the links here. Don’t forget to find out about our fantastic value family tickets or our much loved “Couples” seats!</p> </div> Rob Roy's Grave, Balquhidder Churchyard 3000 Rob Roy MacGregor, famous Scots folk hero, is buried here.&nbsp; He died on 28th December 1734 at Inverlochlarig, at the head of Loch Voil. Earthquake House 2519 The southern boundary of Breadalbane is defined by the&nbsp; HighlandBoundary Fault, a major SW-NE trending dislocation which runs&nbsp; from Achill Island on the west coast of Ireland to Stonehaven, south of Aberdeen.&nbsp; Movements on the fault have occurred in historic times and in the 19th century a series of movements on the fault, or minor associated faults,&nbsp; resulted in the construction of a building to house one of the world's&nbsp; first permanent earthquake recording instruments (seismometer) at&nbsp; Comrie.&nbsp; You can still see a working seismometer through the window of the Eartquake House.