The Highland Drovers Exhibition is closed to the public until further notice.
Discover the origins, as well as the life and times of the Highland Drovers who walked their cattle from all parts of Highland Scotland to the Great Tryst in Crieff during the 18th and early 19th centuries.
These hardy men survived the rigours of climate, terrain and rustlers, such as Rob Roy McGregor, to deliver cattle to market in Crieff from where they walked onwards, often to the plains in East Anglia and eventually London. Find out why they disappeared and how the droving tradition ended. Admission FREE.