The Bennachie Visitor Centre is a dedicated visitor facility with a permanent exhibition interpreting the hill and its heritage.
It is the ideal place to learn about Bennachie.
You can discover how the hill was formed, who used to live there and the wildlife which lives on the landscape today while continuing to be a productive commercial forest.
There are interactive exhibits, audio stations, seating area as well as a dedicated viewing area to watch wildlife in its natural habitat.
There is plenty to keep the family of all age groups occupied and entertained or just relax with a coffee and a snack.
Our meeting room is a popular venue for events and workshops. Please contact us for details of availability and charges.
Click here to download the latest Bennachie Visitor Centre Leaflet in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.
To view the Leaflet in Adobe Reader PDF format, you will need Adobe Reader. If this is not currently installed on your computer, it can be downloaded by clicking on the image link.
Visit the Forestry Commission Scotland web site for a map / leaflet about Bennachie.
If it is unavailable, a copy can be downloaded here - Forestry Commission Scotland map / leaflet in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.
Children's picture wall
Exhibits for children to explore
Children's interactive games
Interactive touch screen display about walks on Bennachie
Uses of wood exhibit
Bird feeding viewing wall
Squirrel viewing wall
Sitting area to relax and look at the Mither Tap webcam