Moulin Kirk is situated in the centre of the conservation village of Moulin , near Pitlochry.
The present Kirk was rebuilt in 1875 after a devastating fire. Its main features were an aisle which approached the Pulpit and Communion table from both sides, plus a superb area of galleried pews accessed from staircases by each of the two side entrances. The Pulpit area of the Kirk has been retained and restored to its original layout using old photographs. It is hoped this will become a 'quiet' area for people to reflect on the past populations, and their lives.
Since 2006 the Kirk has been used as a Heritage Centre/Museum worthy of its history and surroundings.
History of Pitlochry Highland Games Development of Pitlochry from 3 hamlets into a tourist town. Clearancess and Emigration, Croftinloan School memorabilia. The Butters family of Faskally - a fascinating insight into one of Pitlochry's oldest families. The Fergusson of Dunfallandy Travelling people of Perthshire' and 'Aldour Special School' - material kindly supplied by Jess Smith.