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Attractions near Tyndrum
Kilchurn Castle (11 Miles)*
A square tower, built by Colin Campbell of Glenorchy c1550, Kilchurn Castle was much enlarged in 1693, incorporating the first purpose built barracks in Scotland.
Moirlanich Longhouse (14 Miles)*
An outstanding example of a traditional cruck frame cottage and byre, dating from the mid 19th century.
Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve (15 Miles)*
Perthshire's highest mountain (3,984ft) with views from the Atlantic to the North Sea.
Ben Lomond (18 Miles)*
The mountain, and over 5000 acres around it, are owned and managed by the National Trust for Scotland.
Glencoe & Dalness (19 Miles)*
The breathtaking peaks and spectacular waterfalls of Glencoe bear silent witness to the origin, history and wildlife of this atmospheric glen. The steep-sided mountains are popular for climbing and walking.
Bonawe Historic Iron Furnace (19 Miles)*
Founded in 1753 by a Lake District partnership, Bonawe is the most complete charcoal-fuelled ironworks in Britain.
Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum (22 Miles)*
The Museum is situated in a 19th Century thatched croft house in the main street of Glencoe Village. The museum contains a large variety of artefacts, the majority of which were collected locally.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Tyndrum
Tyndrum (1 Mile)*
Crianlarich (5 Miles)*
Tavistock (12 Miles)*
Tavistock sits on the edge of Dartmoor, about 15 miles north of Plymouth in Devon.
Inversnaid (12 Miles)*
Stronachlachar (14 Miles)*
Killin (15 Miles)*
Dalness (16 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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