Glenesk Folk Museum

The Glenesk Folk Museum is a unique museum and visitor centre in Glenesk, Angus. Open 6 days a week.

Davidson Legacy Preservation Group

DLPG are a non-profit making group, working together to promote the historical family home to secure funds to purchase the Cottage/ Davidson Legacy for future generations and the wider community to enjoy.

Angus Farmers Market

One of the longest running markets in Scotland The primary aim of any farmers market is to support local farmers and producers, who sell produce they have grown or made. Angus Farmers’ Market stallholders are primarily Angus based, however many come from further afield like Aberdeenshire, Fife and Perthshire to provide a wide range of interesting products

Brechin Castle Centre

We are an independent retail outlet with Coffee Shop situated within 70 acres of Country Parkland in Angus. We also have a Garden Centre as well as a Gifts and Interiors Store.

Pitmuies Gardens

Two semi-formal walled gardens adjoin the 18th century house and shelter long borders of herbaceous perennials, superb delphiniums, old fashioned roses and pavings with violas and dianthus. Spacious lawns, river, lochside and woodland walks beneath fine trees. There is a wide variety of shrubs with good autumn colour and an interesting picturesque turreted doocot and

Arbikie Distillery

Arbikie is on a journey to being one of the world’s most sustainable distilleries, distilling the world’s first climate-positive gin and the first Rye Scotch Whisky for 200 years. Arbikie will soon become the world’s first green hydrogen-powered distillery and its Distillery Experience at stunning Lunan Bay is a must visit. Our Visitor Experience Centre

Arbroath Cliff Trail

A community group on a mission to create one of the Greatest Coastal Walks in Scotland. With enough support from the local community we can work together to keep our Cliffs beautiful and welcome visitors to Arbroath in 2020 The 4 mile coastal path from Arbroath to Auchmithie is one of Scotland’s hidden gems. Beautiful

Historic Environment Scotland

HES looks after several historical sites in Angus, including Arbroath Abbey, Edzell Castle and St Vigeans Stones and Museums  Arbroath Abbey Extensive ruins of a superb medieval abbey founded in 1178 by King William I. The origins of the most famous document in Scottish history, the Declaration of Arbroath, can be traced back to the

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