The Pictish Room

The Pictish Room, Aberlemno Village Hall

Description

The Pictish Room in Aberlemno is home to a collection of Pictish replica stones, carvings and interpretation boards that celebrate our diverse Pictish heritage. It is located at the back of the Village Hall, adjacent to the celebrated Aberlemno Sculptured Stones and a short walk from the famous Cross Slab which is in the Aberlemno Churchyard.

Please note that while a wheelchair accessible toilet is available at this facility, the Pictish Room itself is not wheelchair accessible.

For more information about Aberlemno, visit www.Aberlemno.org and www.historicenvironment.scot.

Opening Times
12pm-3pm on the following days: April 20th, May 19th, June 23rd, July 20th, August 24th, October 6th.

Angus Doors Open Days – 14 & 15 September, 11am – 3pm.

May also be opened by arrangement, please contact via the website.

Entry Fee
Suggested donation of £2 per person. Children go free.

Accessibility

Parking

The Pictish Room

Address:

The Pictish Room
Village Hall
Aberlemno
Forfar
DD83PE

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