Situated in Angus you will find the picturesque little town of Montrose. This Royal Burgh is a charming place filled with history. As a coastal town it has seen its fair share of wealth and prominence. In times gone by Montrose was filled with wealthy landowners, rugged sea captains and prosperous merchants. Its role in the sea-faring history of Scotland has come about largely due to the ...
If you are traveling around to lesser-known corners of Scotland, Edzell is definitely a good place to start. Upon arriving here it is difficult to tell that this attractive little village really isn’t as old as it looks. Built as late as 1839, many of the buildings are still quite new though the nearby Edzell Castle is much older than that. Edzell is easily reached by road and is situated ...
The legendary little Scottish town of Forfar (formerly known as Angus) is almost as old as time itself. Ancient historian Hector Boece who wrote his ‘History of Scotland’ in 1527, described a strong castle at Forfar where kings of different confederate tribes met to decided how best to repel invading Romans. Since it is known that Romans invaded the area four times between 83 AD and 306 AD, ...
The town of Carnoustie is situated in the Angus council area in Scotland and is well known as a golfing town. Interestingly, Carnoustie was previously a police burgh, which is a form of governing that uses the police to ensure the town is looked after and kept clean.
Brechin is a town that has been around for a long time and is full of interesting historical occurrences that have been recorded over the centuries.
Situated along the southern side of the Grampian hills is the town of Kirriemuir, affectionately known as the Wee Red Town. This stunning burgh features lovely red brick homes, charming narrow streets and spectacular natural surroundings. A town filled with character and fascinating attractions, Kirriemuir of Angus is a fantastic place to spend a few days.
Located near the town of Forfar in Angus is the little village of Glamis, beautifully set in the Strathmore valley. This quaint village stands in an area steeped in fascinating history. Its greatest attraction, which draws visitors from far and wide, is Glamis Castle.
Arbroath, located in Angus of Scotland, is famed for a number of its attractions. Standing proudly on the coast of the North Sea, Arbroath has much to offer its visitors, including golf courses, stunning natural wonders, caves, beaches and historical structures. Be sure not to miss this amazing destination in Scotland.
Wouldn't you love to explore one of the most amazing destinations in Scotland? Glen Isla is one of four glens situated on the edge of Cairngorms National Park in Scotland.
If you are looking for some theatrical entertainment when in Dundee why not head off to the Whitehall Theatre. Many programs are aimed at young ones, but are enjoyed by the entire family. Other performances are exciting musical extravaganzas with songs you'll want to sing along to. Visitors will thoroughly enjoy the musical performances and other entertainment at Whitehall Theatre.