Dog Friendly Things to See and Do in Angus

Alongside our open spaces for walking, there are visitor attractions here in Angus that welcome dogs.

Please check specific details with venues before you go in case there are any restrictions.

Dunninald Castle and Gardens, Montrose

Dunninald was built in 1824 by the architect James Gillespie Graham in the…

Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre

Montrose Air Station was the first Operational Military Air Station in the UK…

Pitmuies Gardens

Two semi formal walled gardens adjoin an 18th century house and shelter long…

House of Dun

A beautiful Georgian house, overlooking Montrose Basin, with later Victorian influences both structurally…

The Pictish Room, Aberlemno Village Hall

The Pictish Room in Aberlemno Village Hall is home to a collection of…

NewtonFarmHolidays FarmTour

Newton Farm Holidays, a real working Angus farm offers an affordable and authentic…

Caledonian Railway, Brechin

The Caledonian Railway runs a variety of weekly and themed events throughout the…

Fishing trips off Arbroath and sightseeing trips to the cliffs, Lunan Bay and…

Glamis Castle

Home to the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne, setting for Shakespeare's Macbeth and…

The Experience like a Bothy is free to explore, our Bothy Beginnings room…

Edzell Castle & Gardens

The refined beauty of Edzell was a statement of the prestige of its…

Arbroath Abbey

Read the Declaration of Arbroath in the abbey in which Scotland's nobility proclaimed…

Redwings Mountains horse sanctuary, Forfar

Redwings is the UK’s largest horse sanctuary, providing a safe and happy home…