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Arbroath, the largest town in Angus, is home to the famous Arbroath Abbey, where in 1320 the Declaration of Arbroath was signed.

This traditional seaside town, with its picturesque harbour is also home to the famous Arbroath Smokie, haddock smoked over wood fires, and considered a delicacy all over the world. Follow the Arbroath Smokie Trail to find out more about the history of the smokie at five key destinations.

There is lots of things to see and do in Arbroath. Visit the Arbroath Signal Tower Museum, the shore station for the Bell Rock Lighthouse, Britain’s oldest surviving offshore lighthouse and find out more about the fascinating history and heritage of the town.

There’s something for all the family to enjoy in Arbroath, from hours of fun at the West Links to a performance at the Webster Memorial Theatre.

View the Arbroath webcam, situated on the Signal Tower Museum. Enjoy the views across the marina, beach and harbour, and on a clear day you can see the Bell Rock Lighthouse in the distance.

Arbroath has great places to eat and drink. Enjoy fresh fish and chips at the harbour, eat out at one of the many seafood restaurants or simply enjoy some traditional food and drink in warm, friendly surroundings.

Take at look at our suggestions for things to see and do during a Day Out in Arbroath.

Brucefield Boutique B&B

The perfect base from which to explore Arbroath and Angus.

Arbroath Abbey

Explore the history, heritage and culture of Arbroath.

Bell Rock Restaurant & Takeaway, Arbroath

Enjoy a taste of an Arbroath Smokie, a local delicacy.