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many fabulous local attractions to see and visit
 
Glamis Castle
With its fairytale turrets and secret rooms, Glamis Castle is perhaps one of the world's most famous romantic castles. Glamis is the birthplace of the late Princess Margaret and the childhood home of her mother Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. Open to the public from late March to late December.
Useful Link - www.glamis-castle.co.uk
  Glamis Castle
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Blairgowrie
Blairgowrie and East Perthshire offers you landscapes of terrific variety; rolling fields of soft fruit, quiet glens, peaceful lochs, rushing rivers and the dramatic mountains of Glenshee. The successful cultivation of raspberries has made this area the Raspberry Capital of the World.
  Blairgowrie
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The Hermitage (Dunkeld)
The Hermitage is a folly created by the Dukes of Atholl in the 18th Century.It was built above a spectacular waterfall on the River Braan. Around the hermitage are some of the tallest trees in Britain and a beautiful informal walk up the riverside through woodlands with the sound of tumbling rapids in your ears provides a wonderful experience.
  The Hermitage
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JM Barrie’s Birthplace
In nearby Kirriemuir, the house where J M Barrie, the creator of Peter Pan, was born has been preserved as a wonderful museum. The upper floors are furnished as they may have been when Barrie lived there. The adjacent house, No 11, contains an exhibition – The Genius of J M Barrie – about Barrie’s literary and theatrical works. The outside wash-house is said to have been his first theatre.
  Barries Birthplace
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The Tallest Hedge
Don't miss this incredible living wall of beech trees!
The Meikleour Beech Hedge, near Blairgowrie, is the longest hedge in Britain and listed as the highest of its kind in the world. Planted in 1745, the hedge is 530 metres (one third of a mile) long and 30 metres (100ft) high. And, as you would expect for the biggest beech hedge on the planet, it's in the Guinness Book of Records!
  The tallest hedge:: Click image to enlarge
 

Other Useful Links
Perthshire Tourist Board
Angus & Dundee Tourist Board
VisitScotland

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