14 September 2019 (Pre booked tours at 10am, 11.30am & 1.30pm)
This impressive Pictish cross-slab stands in a private garden. Tours have been organised by Historic Environment Scotland on behalf of the owner.
On one side the stone bears an elaborately decorated cross and characteristic Pictish carvings including mythical beasts, a deer, triple disc symbol, and two people fighting with axes. On the other side there is a snake, a fish (probably a salmon) and a mirror.
Building Date: 8th century AD
Booking is essential.
To book, please visit the booking page. For more information, call 0131 668 8716.