Tour & Shop
Opening Times

Nov 2018 - 12 Apr 2019
Last Tour starts at 3pm

Mon - Fri
10am to 4.30pm
Sat & Sun Closed

15 Apr 2019 - 25 Oct 2019
Last Tour starts at 4pm

Mon - Sat
10am to 5pm
Sun Closed

(no access after 16.30 to the site)

 Closed 21 Dec - 06 Jan 2019

Tour Duration: 1 Hour

Booking Required: Groups of 8+

(no booking required for individuals, couples and groups under 8)


Adults: £10.00

Children: £5.00
(12-17 years)

Children under 12 are not permitted on site.
Maximum of 4 Children will be allowed on each tour.
ID required for children 12 - 17 years.

Access to Shop is free. Please note there are no toilet facilities in the Shop. Toilets can only be accessed through £2.00 per person donation to Maggies Cancer Centre.

Free Parking

Edradour Distillery has a generous Car park for Distillery visitors opposite the entrance.




Renowned as the smallest and most picturesque in Scotland, we are one of the most visited for good reason. Visitors see intimately how the making of this handcrafted ‘Water of Life’ remains a living tradition in the twenty first century.

Our information packed guided tours last for one hour. Partake in living history and taste the results while the unique features of production are explained to you.

Edradour Distillery is a must for visitors on the whisky trail.




All Tours are accompanied by one of our friendly and very knowledgeable Guides.






You will be welcomed with two drams of Edradour in our old Malt Barn. Your Guide will introduce you to the Distillery and the art and craft of the whisky maker. You will then be guided around our working Distillery to see the traditional methods of whisky making and maturation, hand-crafted today as it was in Victorian times.




Before your tour comes to an end your guide will introduce you to over 25 Expressions of Edradour Single malt whisky as well as single malts from other distinctive distilleries many of which are now closed or lost.



If you have enjoyed your visit you may like to take a little Edradour home with you.
In addition to a wide range of whiskies you can explore the Shop for keepsakes and gifts: engraved tasting glasses, books, clothing, whisky fudge, honey, jam, marmalade, mustard, tea towels and lots more.


Admittance also includes access to the superbly stocked Edradour Tasting Bar where you can purchase further whisky.


Disabled Facilities
We welcome disabled visitors at the Distillery. Tours however do involve climbing stairs and walking some distances. Should this be a challenge during these times it is possible to enjoy a wee dram in the Tasting Bar while tours conclude.

Guide Dogs
Are admitted with some restricted access
Please feel free to enquire for further information.