By Kingfisher Visitor Guides
Experience the majestic glens and rolling hills of Angus or stroll along the magnificent coastline.
This is your chance to surround yourself with breathtaking scenery and forge a long-lasting memory. Not to forget, our exciting attractions, events and enthralling historic sites. The question is – where do you start? Let ANGUSalive inspire you…
The charity ANGUSalive is the culture, sport and leisure trust for Angus and provides a fabulous range of venues, activities and events throughout the year to enrich your visit to this beautiful county.
Arbroath’s Signal Tower Museum has been awarded Visit Scotland’s ‘We’re Good to Go’ seal of approval as recognition of it being COVID-19 safe. Located near the picturesque harbour, the Signal Tower was originally used as the shore station and accommodation for the Bell Rock Lighthouse from 1813 until it was decommissioned in 1955 and is now host to a rich collection of local maritime heritage.
Crombie, Monikie and Forfar Loch country parks offer an array of stunning scenery, miles of walking paths, plenty of wildlife and trail routes for mountain bikers and cyclists. You’ll also find seasonal events on offer throughout the year, whether it’s festive delights or summertime fun there’s something for everyone.
The Webster Memorial Theatre in Arbroath is well-known for its great selection of shows throughout the year for every age and taste. Shows in 2021 include Strictly’s Giovanni, the Red Hot Chilli Pipers, comedian Carl Hutchinson and a variety of other acts.
ANGUSalive offers the perfect day or evening out – to find out more details of our venues and events visit our website.
*Please be sure to check the website for up-to-date opening times and safety guidance due to COVID-19.