The Touchstone Maze is on a walking route near Strathpeffer, and it is made up of 81 stones in concentric circles in the style of a prehistoric labyrinth. The stones themselves are highly interesting – they are examples of the different rocks that one could find across Scotland, and they are aligned with the pagan festivals and solstices.
Strathpeffer Pump Room
The Pump Room is a sort of visitor centre for Strathpeffer, with its own small museum exhibition detailing the history of the village including social aspects, architecture and more. You can also enjoy a comprehensive gift shop featuring local crafts, and a traditional sweet shop with classic jars and hand-made chocolates.
Highland Museum of Childhood
One for the whole family, the Highland Museum of Childhood will take parents back in time through 200 years of classic toys and treasures, including an extensive collection of Angela Kellie dolls. Children can enjoy slate writing, dressing up and a number of hands-on toys alongside activity sheets to make the whole experience both fun and educational.
Dingwall Museum is a small but beautifully developed museum that is dedicated to the study and history of the town and the people that have lived in it. There are some archaeological pieces on display that show the fact that there has been a presence of human kind in the area for many thousands of years.
Strathpeffer Golf Course
Strathpeffer Spa Golf Club was founded in 1888. One of the original course designers was "the grand old man of golf" Tom Morris of St Andrews