The Enchanted Forest

The Enchanted Forest sound and light show in Pitlochry, Scotland, will feature improved accessibility for wheelchair users, at its event this year.

The investment in the Pitlochry event taking place between 4th October and 4th November will include improved path access, increased access to the show’s catering and storytelling areas, and a state-of-the-art accessible toilet.. 

About the Enchanted Forest show

The theme for this year’s show is ‘Of The Wild’, inspired by the hidden mystery of Faskally Wood after dark. 

The Enchanted Forest show was founded in 2002 and uses visuals and light designs set against a musical score in the autumnal woodland setting.

Groups will follow the trail past Loch Dunmore, deeper into the woods, to watch the forest come to life with colourful light display, sounds and scents.

Improved accessibility 

There will be improved path access for all visitors to Faskally Wood, where the event is held, and organisers have focused on increasing accessibility for wheelchair users in many areas where there is bark underfoot, installing matting on top of the bark. 

This includes the storytelling yurt, which offers storytelling throughout the evenings, and catering areas serving food and beverages.

The Enchanted Forest Community Trust, which puts on the event, has collaborated with Mobiloo, to provide temporary disabled toilet facilities too.

Zoe Squair, creative producer of The Enchanted Forest, said: “While The Enchanted Forest has always had a good reputation for accessibility, there is always room for improvement. That’s why we wanted to step things up this year and pump a substantial amount of money into making things even better.”

For group booking enquiries, organisers can call 0844 412 4650 or email 

Ticket prices include a shuttle bus to and from the forest from the Fishers Hotel in the centre of Pitlochry. 

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