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- Nature and Wildlife
- Family Friendly
- Heritage Attractions
Highlights and Delights
Have an autumn day out in Kirriemuir – say hello to Peter Pan and Bon Scott, relive your childhood in the Neverland play park and enjoy an early evening walk at Loch of Kinnordy.
An Autumn Day Out in Kirriemuir
Location 1: Say hello to Peter Pan and Bon Scott
Kirriemuir is famously known as the birthplace of J M Barrie, author of children’s favourite Peter Pan. A statue of Peter Pan stands in Kirriemuir town centre to commemorate Barrie – make sure you pay it a visit.
Another claim to fame for Kirriemuir is Bon Scott, lead singer of rock band AC/DC, who was raised in Kirriemuir during his early years. A statue of Bon was unveiled in 2016 and stands proudly in Bellies Brae car park – come and take a selfie with this rock and roll legend.
Location 2: Neverland Play Park
Don’t miss a visit to the delightful Peter Pan themed Neverland play park. Lots of fun for little ones (and big kids too)! There are climbing frames, a wooden pirate ship and a zip wire too.
There’s also some woodland here if you fancy a walk before lunch.
Kirriemuir has a great selection of places to eat, including cosy cafes serving homemade treats and restaurants serving delicious meals using locally sourced produce.
Check the website to see what’s on offer.
Location 3: Loch of Kinnordy
Take a walk around the picturesque Loch of Kinnordy and see what wildlife you can spot at this RSPB nature reserve.
This shallow loch is situated in a natural basin surrounded by farmland and attracts all types of wildlife including otters, red squirrels, deer and wildfowl, not to mention butterflies and dragonflies aplenty.
For more things to see and do in Kirriemuir, see the website.
Situated on the A92, 17 miles north of Dundee, Arbroath is easy to drive to, with ample, signposted parking in the harbour area and at West Links Park.