Bank Holiday Monday - Any orders placed after 2:00 pm on Friday the 24th of May won't be despatched until Tuesday the 28th of May. Our shop in Pitlochry is unaffected and remains open.

Viewing Gallery and Shop

Viewing Gallery & Shop

Come and watch the whole process as our skilled craftworkers transform this natural material into unique designs. Nowhere else in the world will you find this range of jewellery and gifts being produced. The complete range of Heathergems can be seen at our Pitlochry store, including many special and new designs recently created, not available elsewhere.

OPENING TIMES

Open 7 days a week.

Monday - Sunday: 9AM to 5PM

Heathergems
22 Atholl Road
Pitlochry, Scotland, UK
PH16 5BX
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Heathergems Visitor Centre and Factory Shop is in Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland. 

We have a wide range of Heathergems and other Scottish products in our Factory Shop. You will find many shop specials and discounted items only available in our shop. We have an extensive range of Heathergems on sale in many different styles and colours sure to appeal to all ages. We are the ONLY manufacturers of this heathergems in the world.

You can see the whole story here and take home a piece of Scotland. Heathergems truly is a 'one of a kind' souvenir, no two are ever exactly the same!

We look forward to seeing you soon at Heathergems in beautiful Pitlochry, where our friendly staff will be happy to welcome you.

HOW TO GET HERE

By car

Pitlochry is on the A9, one of the main roads in Scotland. 

By bus

Regular coaches travel from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness to Pitlochry.

Local buses connect Pitlochry with the rest of Perthshire: Tel 01796 472290 for information

By train

Regular trains from Edinburgh Waverley and Glasgow Queen Street travel to Pitlochry. There are also daily trains connecting to London.

Frequent trains throughout the day connect Pitlochry with Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness, and Stirling. A local train service connects to Blair Atholl, Dunkeld & Birnam, Kingussie and Newtonmore.