The Rothiemurchus Centre will be able to provide you with a great deal of information about Rothiemurchus and the surrounding area.
Loch an Eilein (loch of the island) is a very special place with an extremely interesting past. It is a beautiful place and one of the most loved in the UK.
The Cairngorms has had an important role to play in much of Scotland's history - from Royal feuds and bloody battles to industrial revolution. There are many sites which tell these stories dotted all around the Cairngorms National Park.
To delve more deeply into the local area's history and heritage, visit one of the museums in the Cairngorms National Park. There you'll find a wealth of information to bring the history of the Cairngorms to life.
The Highland Folk Museum in Newtonmore gives visitors a flavour of how Highland people lived and worked from the 1700s up until the 1960s. Other interesting local museums include Grantown Museum and Inverness Museum and Art Gallery.
There is an array of award winning visitor attractions in the Cairngorms National Park to suit all interests. Some of the most popular attractions include the Funicular Railway which takes you up Cairngorm Mountain and runs year-round, the Glenlivet Distillery Visitor Centre and the Strathspey Railway.