This year Doors Open Days in Perth and Kinross is even bigger than last year and is split across the last three weekends in September. Thanks to the continued generous support of the Gannochy Trust, this year’s programme has 55 interesting venues participating including guided walks that take in multiple buildings of interest. 9 venues are opening their doors for the first time:

Doors Open Days in Perth and Kinross is organised by geographical areas:

Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th: Highland and Eastern Perthshire

Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd: Strathearn and Kinross-shire

Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th: Perth City

There are only so many buildings you can physically visit in two days and with Perth and Kinross being such a large region, it is often the venues near the borders that people miss out on; now you have more time to make more visits!

Be sure to search across multiple weekends for open doors in Perth and Kinross when creating your visit itinerary.

Back to School for Year of Young People

To celebrate the Scottish Year of Young People, Perth and Kinross Doors Open Days has a special theme: ‘Back to School: past, present and future’

The 2018 programme features:

Past Schools: buildings that have been put to new uses;

Current Schools: buildings in operation as centres of learning; and

Future Schools: buildings still under construction.

You can follow the theme across all three of Perth and Kinross’s Doors Open Days weekends allowing you to appreciate the architecture of education - past, present and future wherever Doors Open Days takes you.

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Abernethy Round Tower & Museum

Date 1: 22/09/2018
Date 2: 23/09/2018
Tags: Weekend 4 (22-23 September) Great 4 Kids

22-23 September 2018

Abernethy Round Tower is a spectacular monastic monument dating from around 1100AD and is one of only two circular freestanding towers of its type in Scotland. The Museum of Abernethy is housed in an impressive renovated 18th century farm steading built on the lands of an ancient Culdee Monastery and displays Abernethy life from Prehistoric through Pictish times to the present. Recently the Museum's three Pictish stones have been cleaned and conserved and form part of an enhanced display. Join Historic Environment Scotland archaeologist Adrian Cox for a tower tour of discovery or pick-up the key as part of your visit to the museum and explore the tower yourself.

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