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The fishing and farming county of Angus was formerly part of the giant Tayside region but is now a separate authority with its own distinct identity. Angus isn't a name that rolls off many tourists' tongues, but it has much to recommend it to those who prefer to escape the summer hordes.

  • Activities

    • Angus Folk Museum

      Museum that explores the rural life of Scotland in the 18th century with farm cottage and an agricultural centre. The victorian schoolroom shows how much has changed!

    Local Sights & Activities for Angus

    Popular Visitor Attractions

    Arbroath Signal Tower Museum

    The Signal Tower Museum is near Arbroath harbour, in a complex of buildings originally used as the shore station for the Bell Rock Lighthouse. The museum chronicles the area's relationship with the sea and sea industries.

    Arbroath Abbey

    The red sandstone ruins of Arbroath Abbey dominate the small town on the east coast but in the past the abbey had a much wider importance in Scotland as a whole.

    Camperdown Wildlife Centre

    Small wildlife park with very friendly atmosphere and staff to the north of Dundee

  • Glen Clova Hotel & Luxury Lodges, Cairngorms

    Home cooked Scottish Food, Cosy individual rooms, small traditional hotel with fantastic hill views, luxury lodges with private hot tubs, Luxury Lodges with beautiful hill views, plus a walkers bunkhouse.

    • Sleeps: 2+