When planning your itinerary, why not consider a stop at Aberlemno. Enjoy the opportunity to see the celebrated Pictish Sculptured Stones in the beautiful Angus countryside. Spectacular panoramic views across the Strathmore Valley include: The foothills of the Grampian Mountains, Finavon and Turin Hills where Pictish forts are known to have been at one time and
The Brown and White Caterthuns, two of the most impressive Iron Age hilltop enclosures in Scotland.
Additionally, Aberlemno now has a new facility for visitors to enhance their experience. The Pictish Room is home to a collection of Pictish replica stones, carvings and interpretation boards that celebrate our diverse heritage. It is located in the Village Hall, adjacent to the aforementioned Stones and a short walk from the famous Cross Slab which is in the Aberlemno Churchyard.
Parking is available onsite for cars, motor homes and small buses. Large coaches will be required to stop on the B9134 where passengers can disembark at the car park entrance. Coaches may then wait on the road or drive to a nearby lay by a short distance away either to the East or to the West.
The entrance to the Pictish Room is located at the North end of the car park. There are 8 steps up to the entry door, therefore this facility is not wheelchair accessible. However, a wheelchair accessible toilet is available in the main hall.
The Pictish Room is operated by a small group of community volunteers who can facilitate limited catering options upon request for groups. For example: Soup/Roll, Sandwiches, Tea/Coffee , Home Baking.
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