A visit to the ancestral Home of The Black Watch brings this glorious Regiment’s past vibrantly to life, through artefacts, personal stories and interactive displays. Explore the galleries of The Black Watch Museum and enjoy a talk of your choice from the thrilling and informative Words of War Book Festival.
The Black Watch Castle and Museum are hosting their first Book Festival, ‘Words of War’. This 2 day event will broaden the successful lecture series focusing on books, both fact and fiction, of wartime stories and military providing a unique opportunity to meet and listen to a talented collection of authors from across the country.
The event will play host to an array of relevant authors and talkers, with a weekend full of talks, lectures, workshops, signings, a pop up book shop provided by Waterstone's Perth, and even a Children's event to keep the younger audience entertained.
Conclude your visit with a delicious lunch for two in the Castle Cafe. Dine on a delicious seasonally produced menu using high quality locally sourced ingredients. Choose from a selection of teas or freshly brewed speciality coffee and indulge in a tempting selection of scones, cakes and desserts. Relax and enjoy the ambience of the award winning Copper Beech Café.
Winner will be contacted via email and prize must be used during the Words of War book festival on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd of September with lunch chosen from a winners menu.
Find out more on this amazing event steeped in history.
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