This church is built directly on the site of one of the greatest medieval abbeys in Scotland, a Cistercian monastery founded in the 1160s. Local architect John Carver designed the present church (built 1860) in a gothic style reminiscent of medieval architecture. The church houses several fascinating remnants from the medieval abbey and in the graveyard are fine historic gravestones, a 19th-century watchtower and the last upstanding fragment of the medieval abbey gatehouse.
Celebrate the good work going on in Coupar Angus (11.00 - 14.00). Join the Open House Taster Singing sessions with Stella covering music spanning 60 years. Art abounds with local artists and community groups offering opportunities to dabble. Try Boccia with the New Age Kurling Group or see how creative knitting has changed the town. Soup and refreshments on sale.
Wheelchair access at the east door. Limited roadside parking, alternatively walk from the town centre (approximately 5mins).
Sunday 11:00-18:00 Tours at 11:00 and 15:00. Family-friendly screening at 12.30.
No parking at building but parking available nearby.
The Black Watch Museum is housed in the dramatic and historic Balhousie Castle, a medieval tower house extensively renovated by David Smart in 1864. The Castle recently reopened after a £3.5 million redevelopment, so Doors Open Day 2014 is the perfect opportunity to visit the brand new Museum and stop for lunch in the new extension designed by Lachlan Stewart, which is now home to the Copper Beech Cafe.
A great experience for the whole family, there will be children’s trails and activities on offer throughout the day. The Education Room at the museum will be open for drop-in crafts during the day and an art competition for kids too.Free car park for visitors.
Built in 1907 as a drill hall for the Scottish Horse. Facade renovated in 2014 under Blair Atholl Conservation Area Renewal Scheme.
Built in 1847, to designs by Andrew Heiton Jnr, this Italianate villa was the home of the influential Gray family. Amongst these was Effie Gray whose marriage to Ruskin and friendship with the Pre-Raphaelite artists was much talked about at the time. In 1946, Bowerswell House was purchased by the people of Perth and converted into a retirement home as a WW II memorial.
Visitors can enjoy a special talk by local historian Rhoda Fothergill about the fascinating role of the Pre-Raphaelites in the history of Bowerswell. This will be followed by a guided tour of sites in the surrounding area, including Kinnoull Parish Church and the historic Kinnoull Aisle where Effie is buried. Talk at 13:45 beginning 14:00 – 14:40 and guided walk 14:45 – 16:00. Limited parking available.
Visitors will be able to taste the fine range of wines made from berries, leaves and flowers produced by Cairn O’ Mohr Winery at the farm of East Inchmichael which dates from the 18th century.
Located on B958 between the Inchmichael Junction of the A90 and Errol.
Café open both days 09:00 – 18:00
Wheelchair access restricted in some areas.
An early 19th century church with 20th century stained glass, situated on an ancient site. The cemetery contains the recently conserved Morthouse, a Mausoleum with Romanesque arch, a Pictish discoid stone and headstones of interest.
Refreshments, quizzes for children and guided tours.
Disabled access to cemetery & church but no disabled toilet.
At one time Crieff boasted five Church of Scotland Kirks and two of these magnificent buildings are still serving this community today. The Crieff Parish Church consists of St Michaels (1862) and St Andrews Church (1832), now used as our community space.
The church and halls will have a programme of song and music recitals. Children's activities will include a treasure hunt. Both of our buildings are used for so much more than the Sunday service ....come and see for yourself.
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