Although Moray is a fairly small county it has more than its fair share of tourist attractions. Many visitors head for the Speyside whisky distilleries. Many of the distilleries have distillery tours where tourists can get a sense of the history of malt whisky and its production through to the modern day. For the whisky enthusiast you can follow this Speyside malt whisky trail. There are lots of castles and historical buildings around Moray from the famous Elgin Cathedral and Brodie Castle to the lesser-known such as Duffus Castle and Auchindoun Castle near Dufftown. Some of the towns have the museums including Fochabers, Elgin and Forres which are well worth a visit.