The Black Watch Castle and Museum collected the coveted Excellence in Tourism and Leisure Award at the Perthshire Chamber of Commerce Business Star Awards on 25th November.
Anne Kinnes, CEO of the Castle and Museum said, “We are thrilled to have been recognised as a top visitor attraction committed to providing excellence in the sector of tourism and leisure. We have had an extraordinary year which has seen us welcome over 120,000 visitors during the 12 weeks we hosted the Poppies:Weeping Window sculpture. This award is testament to the dedication, hard work, enthusiasm and commitment of our team. I would like to extend my congratulations to all those businesses who were shortlisted in this category.
Vicki Unite, CEO of Perthshire Chamber of Commerce added, 'We were delighted to award The Black Watch Castle and Museum with the Excellence in Tourism and Leisure Award after judges recognised how the museum has been taken to new levels of achievement, locally, nationally and internationally, harnessing the recent art installation and other events to transform visitor numbers to the museum and to Perth and Perthshire. It really is fantastic see all their wonderful efforts be recognised and awarded.
The Business Star Awards recognise the very best of local companies in Perthshire in what has been an outstanding year for businesses of all sizes in the area.