Heritage Trails

Follow the heritage trails around many of the Angus towns which are packed full of fascinating facts and interesting places to visit.

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Arbroath Heritage Trail
An hour and a half long historical tour of the seaside town, starting at the harbour which is now a developed marina.
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Carnoustie Heritage Trail
Two circular trails of the famous golf town of Carnoustie, one four miles long and one a mile and a half long.
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Montrose Heritage Trail
An hour and a half trail of the Royal Burgh of Montrose, starting at the steeple.
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Monifieth Heritage Trail
A tour of Monifieth, which until 1895 was a village known as 'Kirktoun of Monifieth'.
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WW1 Heritage Trail
There are a number of memorials in Angus commemorating the serviceman and woman who fell during WW1.
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Angus Kirkyard Trail
Scottish kirkyards are a unique part of our heritage as the last resting places of our ancestors.
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Angus Maritime Heritage
When roads were poor, goods and people were carried along the coast by ship.
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The Pictish Trail
Discover the true ancestors of the Scottish nation.