Your culture attendant: things to do in Coupar Angus

A THING TO DO TODAY

COUPAR ANGUS
Price: £11 (adult)
Time: 2-4 hours
The childhood home of the Queen Mother, Glamis Castle, near Forfar - with its medieval-like turrets and spires - is one of Scotland's most distinctive castles. Discover it for yourself with a tour today (the last one's at 4.30pm), and the extensive gardens in the surrounding estate.
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COUPAR ANGUS
PERTH AND KINROSS
56.54552, -3.26774


Sunrise: 04:40
Sunset: 19:54
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