Fife and Angus

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  • 1. ART@47 and Pittenweem Arts Festival

    There is nothing quite like August's Pittenweem Arts Festival. Exhibitions, which involve hundreds of local and international artists, take place in the town's public buildings...Read More

  • 2. Bell Pettigrew Museum of Natural History

    Founded by Elsie Bell Pettigrew in memory of her husband, James, a former professor of medicine, this fascinating collection of zoological specimens takes you from...Read More

  • 3. Dundee Contemporary Arts

    Between a 17th-century mansion and a cathedral, this strikingly modern building houses one of Britain's most exciting artistic venues. The two galleries house changing shows...Read More

  • 4. Fife Folk Museum

    To learn more about the history and culture of rural Fife, visit the wonderful Fife Folk Museum in the attractive nearby village of Ceres. The...Read More

  • 5. Glamis Castle

    One of Scotland's best known and most beautiful castles, Glamis Castle connects Britain's royalty through 10 centuries, from Macbeth (Thane of Glamis) to the late...Read More

  • 6. House of Dun

    The National Trust for Scotland's leading attraction in this area is the stunning House of Dun, which overlooks the Montrose Basin. The mansion was built...Read More

  • 7. McManus Galleries

    Dundee's principal museum and art gallery, housed in a striking Gothic Revival–style building, has an engaging collection of artifacts that document the city's history and...Read More

  • 8. RRS Discovery

    Dundee's urban-renewal program—the city is determined to celebrate its industrial past—was motivated in part by the arrival of the RRS (Royal Research Ship) Discovery, the...Read More

  • 9. Scottish Fisheries Museum

    Facing Anstruther Harbor, the Scottish Fisheries Museum is inside a colorful cluster of buildings, the earliest of which dates from the 16th century. A charming...Read More

  • 10. St. Andrews Botanic Garden

    Immerse yourself in these verdant botanics, replete with 2,000 square feet of heated greenhouses, woodland, rock gardens, allotments, and an enchanting butterfly house. It's just...Read More

  • 11. St. Andrews Cathedral

    These are the poignant remains of what was once the largest and most magnificent church in Scotland. Work on it began in 1160, and after...Read More

  • 12. St. Andrews Preservation Trust Museum and Garden

    Housed in a stone 17th-century house and former fisherfolk dwelling, this charming museum run by friendly volunteers contains furniture, shop fittings, curious objects, and displays...Read More

  • 13. Tentsmuir Forest and Beach

    Ten miles north of St. Andrews, this wonderful 50-square-mile nature reserve contains a Scots and Corsican pine forest and the birdlife-rich Morton Lochs, fringing dynamic...Read More

  • 14. V&A Dundee

    Opened to worldwide acclaim in 2018, the first outpost of the Victoria and Albert Museum of London is housed in an arresting riverside building by...Read More

  • 15. Wardlaw Museum

    With four intimate thematic galleries, this museum tells engaging stories about St. Andrews University, the world, and the universe through its wonderful collections. It also...Read More

  • 16. William Lamb Studio

    A visit to the studio of renowned Montrosian artist and sculptor William Lamb (1893–1951) provides a glimpse into his intriguing life, travels, and obsessions. In...Read More

  • 17. Aberlemno

    You can see excellent examples of Pictish stone carvings about 5 miles northeast of Forfar alongside the B9134. Carvings of crosses, angels, serpents, and other...Read More

  • 18. Alyth Museum

    This small but intriguing local-history museum has a collection of old photos and an engaging audio Story Box mining tales of local legend, history, and...Read More

  • 19. Arbroath Abbey

    Founded in 1178 and linked to the famous Declaration of Arbroath, Arbroath Abbey is an unmistakable presence in the town center; it seems to straddle...Read More

  • 20. Brechin Cathedral and Round Tower

    The town's 13th-century Brechin Cathedral and Round Tower is on the site of a former Celtic monastery (priory of the Culdee monks) and has some...Read More

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