From the Picts through to the Scots and the Vikings, several cultures have left their mark on the stones and place names of Angus, where the dramas of power and riches, royalty and betrayal have been played out in the great Halls and Castles of the area.
Angus has a rich heritage of 18th, 19th and 20th century architecture. Its towns are well preserved and reflect medieval patterns of settlement. The towns and villages in Angus are unspoiled and full of character.
Each of the main towns has a heritage trail highlighting many interesting buildings and features.
You can touch the walls of the Abbey, follow the trails of the Picts, and see the history of the Angus Castles. In Angus, heritage is tangible, and our history becomes real and immediate.
Use the menu to the right to find out more about the historic buildings & sites, houses & castles, museums & galleries, kirkyards and heritage trails.