15 September 2018 (10:30-17:00)
Fortingall Kirk was rebuilt in a simple Arts and Crafts style in 1902 on a very early religious site beside an ancient Yew Tree. Inside, under the oak, barrel-vaulted roof, are relics of the 7th century Celtic Monastery including fragments of fine Pictish carved cross-slabs. View an exhibition covering the history of the Kirk and village, with details of recent archaeological work in the Kirkyard that involved local schoolchildren.
Architect: Dunn & Watson
Building Date: 1902, 1936
Guided historical village walk available in the afternoon; phone 01887 830474 to book a place
Located 8 miles west of Aberfeldy
Limited parking available outside the Kirk, more near the hall