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Winter lays snow on hills rising over pagoda roofs. Summer colours local fields barley-gold. All year round spring water bubbles in the glen. As alive as that day in 1886 when our founder William laid the first stones that built one of the oldest family-owned Scotch whisky distilleries. Join us at Glenfiddich, in the Valley of the Deer.

Visit the Glenfiddich Distillery

We have the pleasure to announce that The Glenfiddich Distillery will reopen to guests on Wednesday 15th July 2020. Initially we will be operating reduced opening hours, these are Wednesday – Sunday, 09:30 – 16:00.

Whilst we work to create a new and exciting tour experience for guests from mid-August, our current offering will include:

The Robbie Dhu Terrace
Tea, coffee and cakes: 09:30 – 16:00
Breakfast: 09:30 – 11:30
Lunch: 12:00 – 15:30
Afternoon tea (please allow 24hrs notice): 12:00 – 15:30

The Robbie Dhu Terrace*
A specially created covered patio terrace overlooking the Robbie Dhu Burn will offer:
Tea, coffee and cakes: 09:30 – 16:00
Breakfast: 09:30 – 11:30
Lunch: 12:00 – 15:30
Afternoon tea: 12:00 – 15:30

Whisky Lounge*

Relax in a leather armchair and enjoy tutored nosing and tastings, tailored whisky flights or bespoke cocktails and mocktails crafted by your personal bartender, available from 10:00 – 16:00 in our new luxury exclusive whisky lounge. Capacity is restricted to 5 groups and over-18s only to ensure an experience to remember. 

Please note: The Visitor Centre will be closed on Sunday 23rd February.
We apologise for any inconvenience.

If you would like to book any of the above please email glenfiddich.bookings@wgrant.com or call the Visitor Centre on +44(0) 1340 820 373

‘Guests booking onto the Robbie Dhu Terrace or Whisky Lounge will also be offered a complimentary ‘highlights tour’ giving a brief introduction to distilling and access to some of our production areas where safety restrictions and availability allows.

Contact Us

T: +44 (0) 1340 820 373
E: glenfiddichbookings@wgrant.com

Find Us 

The Glenfiddich Distillery
Dufftown Banffshire,
AB55 4DH 

We're just half a mile (0.8km) north of Dufftown, where our founder William was born.


If you would like to visit our online shop, please click here.


Glenfiddich Location

Distillery Gift Shop

Our onsite retail experience will re-open from: 10:30 – 16:00.

Take something original away with you

  • Glenfiddich Distillery global asset

Our gift shop is home to a selection of stylish luxury lifestyle products including clothing, accessories, homeware along with our full range of Glenfiddich whiskies and exclusive distillery bottles. The new product lines feature items primarily from Scotland. The gift shop will also include a section devoted our online Glenfiddich Gallery which enables enthusiasts to browse online and select a bottle from our most precious and rarest casks.


Create a personalised label for a 12, 14 and 15 Year Old. Buy rare Glenfiddich single malt Scotch whiskies, many only available here.

We’ve been involved in some exciting collaborations, to bring you something original you can take away with you. The finest Scottish cashmere knitwear and accessories by Johnston of Elgin. Beautiful hand blown decanters and glasses by Glasstorm. Traditional hip flasks and drinking accessories by Wentworth Pewter. All these and more for you to take away as a lasting memory of your visit to the home of Glenfiddich.

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COVID-19 preventative measures

In order to protect our guests and colleagues we have introduced the following measures:

  • Advanced booking required and limited to groups of 4*
  • Guests will not be mixed with other groups
  • Upon arrival all guests will be asked to have their temperature checked by thermal imaging camera
  • All guests will be asked to complete a health declaration which will include personal details for track and trace purposes.
  • Face mask/coverings are required where advised (shop, production areas etc.)
  • Hand sanitiser stations will be located throughout and guests will be asked to use these prior to entering or leaving areas.
  • 2m distancing where possible including restaurant and bar areas.
  • Redesigned guest areas following industry best practice and government guidance.

*it may be possible to accommodate slightly larger groups on the terrace or whisky lounge dependent on availability – please contact us directly

The safety of our guests is of paramount importance to us therefore we reserve the right to refuse entry to site if you have a high temperature or should you not comply with the above measures we have put in place.

For more information on how your data will be processed please see the William Grant & Sons privacy statement.


    As recently as the 1960s people outside Scotland were only used to drinking blended whisky. We were so proud of our single malt, that in 1963 we introduced it to the world and created the single malt category.


    Whisky’s tourism industry started right here at our Distillery. Janet Sheed Roberts, our founder’s last grandchild, opened our Distillery doors with the first visitor centre in 1969.


    Our whisky-making process hasn’t changed since 1887. We use the same water source, the same unusually shaped stills, and the same high cut point to capture the heart of our distillate. Traditions all laid down by our founder William Grant. To guarantee absolute quality and authenticity.


    The towering rooftops of one of our oldest buildings, the Malt Barn, were built with stones our founder William carried from the bed of the River Fiddich.


    We are the only distillery in Scotland to use a single source of water throughout the entire whisky-making process. We use the pure waters of the Robbie Dhu spring, its unique highland tang wrought from millennia of flowing though Banffshire peat and over Scottish granite.


    We boil Juniper bushes in all our new stills, a local tradition forgotten by many distilleries. Juniper neutralises the natural sulphur in barley and cleanses the copper until it is ‘sweet’.


    Specially sourced malted barley, water from the Robbie Dhu spring and fermentation in traditional pine washbacks, all carefully come together to create the fruity notes that define our single malts.