Blair Castle is just off the main A9 road at Blair Atholl in Highland Perthshire between Perth and Inverness. It is some 35 miles (56km) north of Perth. Travelling by road, take the turn signposted to Blair Atholl some 7 miles north of Pitlochry. The main gates to the Castle are a prominent feature in the centre of the village.
Take the A9 all the way south to Blair Atholl. The main gates to the Castle are a prominent feature in the centre of the village.
Take the A/M80 north to Stirling, remembering to bypass the city and follow the signs for Perth then Inverness which will take you on to the A9 north. Take the turn signposted to Blair Atholl some 7 miles north of Pitlochry. The main gates to the Castle are a prominent feature in the centre of the village.
Take the M90 to Perth outskirts where you will follow the signs for and join the A9 north to Inverness. Bypass Pitlochry and proceed as above.
The more scenic route is the A93 road via Ballater, Braemar and Glenshee to the A924 turn-off at Bridge of Cally. Turn off here for Kirkmichael then head west to Pitlochry. Look out at Pitlochry for the signs for the A9 north to Blair Atholl (7 miles) The quickest route from Aberdeen is to come south on the A90 via Forfar, then Coupar Angus and Dunkeld.
Take the A90 to the outskirts of Perth then proceed as for Edinburgh above
Disembark at Blair Atholl Station on the main line north to Inverness from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth and Stirling. Turn right on the road which runs through the village and the castle gates will soon be seen on the other side. Follow the main drive to the Castle up the Lime Avenue, just over half a mile (1,000 metres) from the station.