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Rob Roy Visitor Centre

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Clan leader, cattle trader, cattle thief, blackmailer - Rob Roy MacGregor has provoked powerful emotions for more than three centuries. In The Visitor's Centre at the gateway to his beautiful Trossachs homeland, you'll learn of the daring exploits which made him a hero to his own people- and Scotland's most notorious outlaw.
Rob Roy Visitor centre in Callander

We show the two films, which were part of the Rob Roy Exhibition, in the theatre on the ground floor. There is the 20 minute “Story of Rob Roy” and the 10 minute “Tour of the Trossachs” presented by Jimmy MacGregor. The films are in English only and the entrance price is £1.50 per person.

If you wish to book a group into the theatre, please contact us with a time and visitor numbers and we will reserve the theatre for you. Payment is on arrival and can be by Credit Card, Cheque or Cash. We no longer accept Vouchers as payment.

For group visitors we can also still provide the kilt demonstration where we dress up volunteers as Rob and Mary MacGregor while explaining how to wear the kilt and the reasons behind it being our national dress.

Coaches should be parked in the coach park at Station Road, a short walk from the centre, where the visitor will also find the public toilets. There are no public toilets in our building.

Opening Hours 2008
Jan, Feb, Nov & Dec 10 - 4.
March, April, May, June, Sept & Oct 10 - 5.
July & Aug 10 - 6

While at the centre be sure and visit the gift shop which has many items that will forever remind you of your trip.


Callander Tourist Information Centre
Ancaster Square, Callander.
FK17 8ED