The statue dedicated to the Declaration of Arbroath at Arbroath, Angus
The House of Dun and and it beautiful gardens, near Montrose
Montrose, an attractive town and port on the east coast of Angus
With a rich heritage of 18th, 19th and 20th century architecture, the towns and villages of Dundee & Angus are well-preserved reflecting medieval patterns of settlement. Sense the region’s history following these Heritage Trails.
From the Picts through to the Scots and the Vikings, discover the marks left on the stones and place names of Angus by the several cultures, and hear stories about the dramas of power and riches, royalty and betrayal in the great halls and castles of the area.
Each of Angus’ main towns has a heritage trail that highlights many interesting historic buildings and features.
Angus’ heritage is tangible - you can touch the walls of the Arbroath Abbey, follow the trails of the Picts, or see the history of the Angus Castle, and feel how the past becomes real and immediate.
Whether you’re discovering the region walking, cycling or driving, use the below Heritage Trails to find out more about the historic buildings and sites, houses and castles, and museums and galleries.