Visitor Attractions around Killin 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> Moirlanich Longhouse 2521 <div>A traditional 19th Century cruck frame cottage and byre in the care of the National Trust for Scotland.</div> Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre 2584 Wildlife centre with over 70 species of animals and birds. Indoor and outdoor play areas. Soft play barn. Pony rides. Torlum Coffee Shop with hot and cold fresh food &amp; home baking. The Famous Grouse Experience 2568 Learn all about Scotland's no.1 selling whisky! Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve 1699 <div>Ben Lawers Nature Reserve is a range of mountains, connecting ridges, cliffs and lochans, built of ancient rocks, folded and faulted in picturesque contortions, and home to the most celebrated collection of mountain plants in Britain. These surviving outliers of the arctic and alpine floras, relict and isolated, require sensitive protection and management. <br /> <br />Be alert and you may be rewarded with exciting sightings of the following: <br /> <br />Black grouse: In decline, but gaining from our enhancement of its woodland and moorland habitats. <br />Mammals: Tell-tale signs such as droppings, footprints and burrows may be all that is seen of wary beasts such as fox, wildcat or otter. <br />Mountain ringlet: Our best known special butterfly, a local, upland species, abundant here on sunny days in July. <br />Raven: Hard to miss as it proclaims its presence with a loud throaty croak, and displays its aerobatic skills. <br />Frog: Thrives on these hills, and often jumps just under your feet! <br /> <br />The mountain plants discovered in the 18th century are the reason why most field botanists aspire to visit these hills at least once. They are the reason why the Trust bought these hills – to conserve the rare plant communities and species of national and international importance. Ben Lawers is home to several of our rarest plants, such as alpine gentian, alpine woodsia, alpine mouse–ear, alpine saxifrage, alpine fleabane &amp; alpine gentian, to name but a few... <br /> <br />Experience the varied plants and wildlife on the Reserve by walking around the Nature Trail, an area slowly returning to a dynamic, sparse, patchy woodland habitat for an increased variety of life. This 1km loop passes close to the Edramucky Burn, before climbing gently out of the gorge to reveal stunning views of Loch Tay and the mountains beyond. <br /> <br />Please don’t pick the wild plants. Leave them for everyone to enjoy! <br /> <br /> <a href="" target="_blank">Click here to see all the guided walks and events at Ben Lawers Nature Reserve.</a></div>