Distillery Tours at Glen Scotia
Distillery Tours at Glen Scotia

Distillery Tours at Glen Scotia

Do you love history and/or whisky? Then make your way down to Glen Scotia Distillery in Campbeltown! It is a fantastic example of a perfectly preserved historical site. The Distillery has held on to the original method of distilling scotch Whisky, using the unique Campbeltown method of Maritime distilling techniques. Interestingly, it is not only whisky that is created at Glen Scotia. Their local resident bees spend their time in the courtyards creating a unique style of honey!

Where can I find Glen Scotia Distillery?

Located at 12 high street in Campbelltown, all you whisky lovers must come and visit this one!

The Distillery provides regular tours to see the ins and the outs of how their whisky is made and see how it has been produced in Scotland throughout the years.

  • Monday- Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm (all year round)
  • Please note, that tours and tasting experiences have been temporarily suspended due to coronavirus restrictions.

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