You should go to Glen Grant for one reason, two if you actually like the whisky (and there is no reason why you shouldn't, it's very good). The best reason to go however is the garden they have in the distillery grounds. I don't remember much about the actual distillery (and to be fair they were in a construction phase at the time as well) but I do remember the time I spent with my family exploring their beautiful garden on a perfect Scottish summer day (contrary to popular opinion they do exist). It has of course the famous burn running through it and in gorge behind the garden, the whisky safe where the famous Major Grant would take his guests for an after dinner dram. As you tour the distillery you will hear lots of stories about the Major, including things like he was first person to own a car in Highlands and Glen Grant was the first Scottish distillery with electric lighting. All that aside, this is also a very good whisky, and while not so popular or common in the UK market, it has huge global sales, especially in Italy and was one my wife enjoyed a lot – especially the non aged statement standard expression. They also have a little coffee shop where you can relax after exploring the distillery and the gardens and a nice sampling room... did I mention the garden?