Visit Angus(Grampian) in Scotland
The principal towns and cities in Angus are Arbroath, Brechin, Carnoustie, Dundee, Forfar, Kirriemuir, Monifieth, and Montrose
Tourist Attractions and places to visit:
|Arbroath Abbey - where the Scottish Declaration of Independence was signed in 1320
|Brechin Cathedral and ancient round tower - open Mon-Saturday, 9am - 4 p.m.
|Brechin Castle and Pictavia - exhibition of Scotland's Celtic past.
|Brechin Station - restored steam trains
|Dundee - Camperdown Park. A park for all the family with a golf course, wildlife centre and a children's adventure playground.
|Dundee - Discovery Point. View Captain Robert Scott's ship 'the Discovery', that was used in the 1901-1904 Antarctic Expedition.
|Dundee - McManus Galleries with Scottish art at its best.
|Dundee - Sensation , an interactive exhibition involving the senses, also Internet room with cafe and ice creams
|Dundee - the Old Steeple. Climb the 232 steps of Scotland's Highest surviving medieval tower for a great view of Dundee and the Tay estuary.
|Dundee - Shaw's Sweet Factory. See sweets made the traditional way in huge copper pans and better still, taste the results!
|Dundee - Verdant Works Museum, history of the textile industry, housed in a former jute mill
|Dunninald Castle, Montrose
|Edzell Castle ruins and gardens
|Glenesk Folk Museum at Glenesk, Brechin
|Kerr's Miniature Railway, West Links Park, Arbroath, Tel: 01241 879 249
|Maffan Institute - Forfar Story and display of Pictish and early Christian carved stones
|Oathlaw Pottery near Forfar
|St. Vigean's Museum - 34 carved stones, including Pictish and the famous Drosten stone.
If you have visited a tourist attraction that you have enjoyed, then please tell us about it. Photographs would be most welcome.
Garden Cottage, 10 miles north of Aberdeen, Tel: 01358 742276
Advertise your country cottage here