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Airlie Monument

Door open days

15 September 2019 (12 noon to 5pm)

Angus

The Airlie Monument stands on Tulloch Hill. The monument was erected to commemorate the death of Lord Lieutenant-Colonel David William Stanley Ogilvy, The 11th Earl of Airlie who was killed at the battle of Diamond Hill, near Pretoria on 11th June 1900 whilst commanding 12th (the Prince of Wales Royal) Lancers.

The Monument is category B listed. 

The Airlie Monument is an important landmark and a focal point for the community of Glen Clova, Glen Prosen, Cortachy and the surrounding area – indeed so prominent is it that it can be seen for many miles around.

Tours will last approximately 15 minutes and numbers will be limited to 6 persons in each party. No children under 10 years of age.

Facilities

Key Information

Architect: T M Cappon

Building Date: 1901

Pre-booking will not be necessary.

For more information, visit www.airlieestates.com, call 01575 530387 or email office@airlieestates.com.

Where to find us

Address
  • Tulloch Hill
  • Cortachy
  • By Kirriemuir
  • DD8 4QN