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Pictavia Visitor Centre tells the fascinating story of the ancient Picts, who inhabited Scotland during the first millennium AD.
Two semi-formal wall gardens adjoin 18th century house and shelter long borders of herbaceous perennials, superb delphiniums, old fashioned roses and pavings with violas and dianthus.
Historic Buildings & Homes
This handsome Georgian house boasts stunning interiors and outside, visitors can explore the garden and woodland walk.
Caledonian Railway is a heritage steam railway which runs for 4 miles from a unique Victorian terminus station at Brechin to Bridge of Dun.
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Welcome to Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre
BritaNin’s first operational military airfield was set up in Montrose by the Royal Flying Corps in 1913. The heritage centre's collection of photographs and artefacts tell the story of RFC/RAF Montrose
Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys
"Explore the substantial ruins of a Tironensian monastery, founded by William the Lion in 1178, who is buried in Arbroath Abbey."
Nature Centres & Reserves
Montrose Basin is the enclosed estuary of the South Esk River. The reserve includes a 4-star visitor centre along with four remote bird hides.
The beautiful walled garden at Edzell is one of Scotland's unique sights, created by Sir David Lindsay in 1604.
Dunninald Castle is a family home with an acclaimed walled garden, set in a planned landscape of woods and wild garden, .
Right in Forfar's historic town centre is the Meffan, built in 1898 as a bequest from the daughter of Provost Meffan.