Enchanted Forest 2017 Tickets

Show Dates: 28th September - 29th October 2017

Tickets to this year's show are on sale now, click here to book.

Tickets

2017 Ticket Prices

Ticket prices include your shuttle bus to and from the forest from Fishers Hotel in the centre of Pitlochry. Everyone MUST have a ticket, even children aged under 3. 

Our 2017 ticket prices are:

  • Monday - Thursday
    Child Under 3: FREE; Child 3 - 15: £9; Adult: £17.50; Family Ticket: £48
  • Monday - Thursday Prime Time (7pm - 8pm)
    Child Under 3: FREE; Child 3 - 15: £10; Adult: £20; Family Ticket: £55
  • Friday, Saturday & Sunday
    Child Under 3: FREE; Child 3 - 15: £10; Adult: £20; Family Ticket: £55

Prices are subject to change in line with demand and may increase as the event dates draw closer.

Children under 3 MUST have a ticket otherwise there will not be a seat allocated to them on the bus. All bus passengers MUST have tickets.

All tickets will be checked at departures and customers must have a valid ticket(s). 

Alternative Ways to Buy Tickets

We're a small organisation so we would kindly ask that if you can buy your tickets online, you do so.

However if you are booking for a large group, or find booking online difficult, you can also buy tickets in the following ways:

Lo-Call Number: 0871 288 7655

Calls cost 13p per minute plus your phone company's access charge.
Standard BT landline costs are 7.95p per minute.

Average call duration is 4 minutes. 

Our box office is open to take your call, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. 

Face to Face

We no longer operate a face to face booking service. Please purchase your tickets online or by telephone. 

Fees

Transaction Fees

Please note that all ticket purchases will be subject to a 7% booking fee applied by See Tickets. 

Customers requesting printed tickets to be posted out to them will be charged a £1.75 postage fee. Tickets will be sent by first class post. 

Customers selecting "Print at Home" tickets will not pay a transaction fee. It is recommended that you print off your ticket and bring a physical copy with you when you attend the event. Mobile phone signal in Pitlochry can be patchy, please don't rely on being able to access your ticket on your mobile device. 

Our box office is operated by SeeTickets. Their terms & conditions are available online here.

Groups

Group Discounts

For all groups of 10 adults or over, £1 discount per adult ticket applies.

For very large group bookings or travel trade enquiries, please call 0844 412 4650 or email groups@seetickets.com 

Family Tickets

Family Tickets admit 2 adults and 2 children aged under 16.

If your children are aged under 3 years of age it may be cheaper to buy two adult tickets individually.

Special Needs

Registered Disabled & Carers

Registered Disabled Blue Badge Holders will be allocated a parking ticket to allow easy access to the event. Please book this at the same time you purchase your tickets. You will be provided with full instructions on how to access your dedicated parking space. We have limited spaces on site so if you are able to travel to the event via bus, please leave these spaces for customers who really need them. 

There are no discounts for carers or for disabled customers.

The Forest is accessible to some wheelchair users but we recommend you check this site for more detailed information on the walk and gradients to assess whether it is suited to your specific access needs prior to booking. Motorised wheelchairs are not suitable for the site (their wheels are too small to go over the cable protectors).

Disabled visitors who require direct access to site will be accommodated with a car parking space. Car parking spaces are limited and must be booked in advance.

To ensure you get the right combination of tickets, car passes and information, we recommend our customers requiring assistance call to book on 0871 288 7655.

Photo-Sensitive Epilepsy

It is not recommended that photo sensitive epileptics attend The Enchanted Forest in 2017. While no single source of lighting regularly strobes at high frequency, the volume of light fixtures on site could raise the frequency of light flashes and strobing across multiple sources to a level where it may be considered unsafe for people who are affected by photo-sensitive epilepsy.