TWO tourist attractions near Forres will remain open and welcome visitors this winter.
People are welcome to come out and explore the Brodie Castle Gardens and Logie House Garden over the next few months.
Both attractions provide space for exploring, enjoying the fresh air, and meeting family and friends.
Discover Scottish Gardens, a network of more than 400 gardens, nurseries and estates across the country, has been supported by VisitScotland to energize its website, making it possible to plan outings in advance.
Visitors can now search Discoverscottishgardens.org for family activities, dog friendly gardens, accessible spaces and cafes, as well as find out which gardens remain open year round.
Joanna Macpherson, director of Discover Scottish Gardens, says thousands of people first discovered Scottish Gardens during the pandemic.
She said: “Overnight the profile of visitors changed and suddenly we saw young people and families with children who had never set foot in a garden before.
“What they discovered is that there is so much to see and discover in these beautiful spaces, from insects, frogs and squirrels that children love, to a vast array of trees and plants. unusual.
“Many people use the gardens for exercise and to socialize with family and friends.
“We want people to continue to enjoy the gardens during the winter months and experience the beauty that is only revealed when there is frost or snow on the ground or very fragrant winter plants are present. in bloom.”