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Broughty Ferry Castle

Angus Coastal Route

A fantastic free attraction in a beautiful town, Broughty Ferry Castle has stood since the 15th century (it was built in 1498) and offers absolutely stunning views of Broughty Ferry beach and the sparkling waters of the Tay estuary from its high-level observation point. Dolphins have been spotted here so keep your eyes peeled! Inside the castle there are plenty of curious objects to discover and stories to read, as well as beautiful artwork to linger over from the Orchar Collection (paintings, drawings and prints collected during the Victorian period by the successful Dundee businessman James Guthrie Orchar).

You are 4 miles through this 68 mile route
The mileage is estimated for guidance only. Please check exact directions and traffic conditions before you begin your journey

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