Airlie Monument, Kirriemuir
Sunday 11 September
12 noon to 6pm
The Airlie Monument is an important landmark in the County of Angus and stands on Tulloch Hill at the foot of Glen Clova and Glen Prosen and nearby Cortachy Castle.
It was built in 1901 in memory of the present Earl’s grandfather, the 11th Earl, who was killed in action in the Boer War. It serves to remind us of a gallant and brave soldier who was greatly admired and loved by the local community together with the men he commanded throughout a distinguished military career.
The Airlie Monument is a much-loved part of the Angus skyline. On a clear day, this iconic tower can be seen from many miles away and from the top of its high tower, it’s possible to see as far as the North Sea and Lochnagar.
Come and enjoy the spectacular views from the top of the tower. Tours will last approximately 15 minutes. Numbers will be limited to 10 people per tour and children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
Pre-booking will not be required.