How well do you know Angus?
Test your local knowledge with our Visit Angus quiz questions.
Answers can be found at the bottom of the page.
- What local delicacy is Arbroath famous for?
- Glamis Castle is said to be the legendary setting for which Shakespeare play?
- Sir JM Barrie is the author of Peter Pan. In what town is his body laid to rest?
- The Open Championship last returned to Carnoustie in what year?
- What dual carriageway connects Dundee and Arbroath?
- Name the lead singer of AC/DC who grew up in Kirriemuir before emigrating to Australia at age 6.
- Scottish mountains over a certain height are known as Munros. How many feet high does a Munro have to be to qualify as a Munro?
- The Bell Rock lighthouse is situated how many miles off the coast of Arbroath?
- Brechin born Sir Robert Watson Watt, made the ground-breaking discoveries which led to the invention of what?
- The Forfar Bridie is a meat and onion pasty not to be missed. It has been produced in the historic market town of Forfar since which century?
- Name two country parks located in Angus.
- What is the largest town in Angus?
- Where in Angus can you see a replica Spitfire?
- Where in Angus can you see pink footed geese?
- Name the two railway stations on the Caledonian Railway line.
- In what year was the Declaration of Arbroath was signed?
- In which Angus town can you visit The Moon?
- How many Glens are there in Angus?
- The county of Angus was previously known as what?
- Soyaux in France is twinned with which Angus town?
- Arbroath Smokie
- Bon Scott
- 3,000 feet
- 11 miles
- Radar technology
- 19th century
- Monikie, Crombie, Forfar Loch
- Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre
- Montrose Basin
- Brechin and Bridge of Dun
- Six – Glen Clova, Glen Isla, Glen Esk, Glen Lethnot and Glen Prosen, Glen Doll