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what’s on in Angus

Visit Angus and Dundee, Scotland’s historic and ancient heartland, and you’ll be rewarded with unspoilt highland glens, rugged coastlines and a vibrant urban centre. Angus and Dundee has numerous cultural and historical attractions for you to investigate and a wide range of sporting and leisure activities for you to enjoy, including world-class golf at Carnoustie. The cosmopolitan city of Dundee, Scotland’s City of Discovery, promises a complete change of scene, offering a blend of shopping, art, theatre and culture. With its unique diversity, Angus and Dundee has it all.

regional highlights

20th December 2014, Dundee:

Beat the winter blues with this special Christmas version of the hit show designed to celebrate the festive season.

6th - 21st December 2014, Dundee:

Santa is visiting Camperdown in the lead up to his Christmas Eve deliveries.

3rd - 24th December 2014, Arbroath:

Life is tough down on the farm.

27th November - 31st December 2014, Dundee:

James Henry Trotter lives with his two horrid aunts.

Year-round, Angus:

Arbroath Abbey was founded in 1178 for monks of the Tironensian order by King William the Lion.

Year-round 2014, Angus:

The museum comprises six 18th-century cottages, which are home to important collections that offer an insight into the domestic life of rural workers in Angus over the past 200 years.

Year-round, Angus:

Pictavia is set in the beautiful countryside park at Brechin Castle Centre.

Year-round, Dundee:

Built for the Royal Navy in Chatham dockyard and launched in 1824, His Majesty’s Frigate UNICORN is now one of the six oldest ships left in the world.

Year-round, Arbroath:

Beside Arbroath’s harbour, on the sea front, stands an elegant complex of regency buildings.

Year-round, Brechin:

The museum is located within the old Town House in the centre of Brechin.

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