The Black Watch Castle and Museum has retained its 5 star rating from VisitScotland for the 5th consecutive year. This is the highest accolade that can be awarded to tourism organisations by the VisitScotland quality assurance scheme which aims to recognise exceptional standards within Scotland’s tourism industry.
Anne Kinnes, CEO of The Black Watch Castle and Museum, explains, “We are thrilled to have retained our 5 star grading from VisitScotland. Our team is committed to delivering a world class experience for our visitors. It is through the dedication of our staff and volunteers to improve and exceed visitor expectations that we continue to be recognised as a leading Perthshire attraction.”
Caroline Warburton, VisitScotland Regional Leadership Director, said, “A huge congratulations to the team at The Black Watch Castle and Museum. To retain a five-star grading is testament to the hard work, commitment and enthusiasm of all staff to ensure visitors have the very best experience possible. Developed and improved for over 30 years, VisitScotland’s Quality Assurance schemes are world-leading and provide a trusted, independent and impartial source of information for visitors.”