Attractions near Glen Doll Farm

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Balmoral Castle (11 Miles)*
In the heart of Scotland lies the magnificent valley of the River Dee. Rising high in the Cairngorm Mountains and running east to its mouth at Aberdeen the river flows through some of Scotland's finest scenery.
Braemar Castle (12 Miles)*
The impressive fortress of Braemar Castle was built in 1628 by the Earl of Mar on the site of an even older habitation.
Barrie's Birthplace (15 Miles)*
The creator of the eternal magic of Peter Pan - J M Barrie - was born here in 1860.
Angus Folk Museum (19 Miles)*
Visit one of Scotland's finest folk museums and explore life in rural Scotland during the past 200 years.
Glamis Castle (19 Miles)*
Glamis Castle is the family home of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne and has been a royal residence since 1372.
Edzell Castle & Garden (19 Miles)*
This is a remarkable and very beautiful complex, with a late-medieval tower house incorporated in to a 16th century courtyard mansion.
Meigle Sculptured Stone Museum (19 Miles)*
In Meigle, there is a magnificent collection of 26 sculptured monuments of the early Christian period.
Scottish Hydro Electric Visitor Centre, Dam and Fish Pass (23 Miles)*
The Scottish Hydro Electric Visitor Centre is an informative and educational day out for visitors of all ages. You can learn all about hydro-electricity, and all about the salmon ladder which is next door.
Killiecrankie (23 Miles)*
On the 27th July 1689, the Pass of Killiecrankie echoed with the sound of battle cries and gunfire when, nearby, a Jacobite army led by 'Bonnie Dundee' defeated the government forces under General Hugh Mackay.
Blair Castle (25 Miles)*
Nestling like a white jewel in the dramatic Highland Perthshire landscape, Blair Castle has a fascinating history spanning seven centuries and beautiful landscaped gardens and grounds.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Glen Doll Farm
Little Forter (9 Miles)*
Forter (9 Miles)*
Spittal of Glenshee (11 Miles)*
Braemar (12 Miles)*
The award-winning village of Braemar is nine miles west of Balmoral at the base of the Cairngorm Mountains in Aberdeenshire.
Ballater (13 Miles)*
Kirriemuir (15 Miles)*
The earliest records of Kirriemuir date from the 13th century, but it is possible that there has been a settlement on this site since prehistoric times.
Kirkmichael (15 Miles)*
Forfar (19 Miles)*
The Royal Burgh of Forfar stands on what was once the centre of the kingdom of the Picts - the region's first settlers.
Cock Bridge (19 Miles)*
The tiny hamlet of Cock Bridge is in Aberdeenshire, about 53 miles west of Aberdeen and a similar distance east of Inverness.
Glamis (19 Miles)*
This much-loved home of the earls of Strathmore, Glamis is a sleepy and extremely picturesque conservation area, where you will find thatched cottages, the Angus folk Museum and St. Fergus' Kirk with its Pictish stone.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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