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Attractions near The Armoury

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.
Gleneagles Golf Courses (2 Miles)*
For those who are addicted to the game of golf, Gleneagles offers the chance to play on the world's finest courses.

Drummond Castle Gardens (6 Miles)*
The gardens you see today were probably already of some significance in 1630, since Mylne's sundial was put in position in that year.
Castle Campbell (8 Miles)*
Traditionally known as the "Castle of Gloom", Castle Campbell is beautifully sited at the head of Dollar Glen.
Huntingtower Castle (11 Miles)*
Huntingtower Castle has two fine and complete towers, one of 15th to 16th century date, the other of 16th century origin.
Branklyn Garden (12 Miles)*
Described as the finest two acres of private garden in the country, this oasis of peace and colour is a real urban haven.
Alloa Tower (13 Miles)*
Alloa Tower is all that remains of a historic ancestral manor house, destroyed by fire in 1800. Its 11-ft-thick walls allow a unique opportunity for visitors to walk on the roof and enjoy the spectacular views.
Scone Palace (13 Miles)*
Scone is a place that breathes history like nowhere else in Scotland. Poised above the River Tay, the Palace overlooks the routes north to the Highlands and east through Strathmore to the coast.
National Wallace Monument (13 Miles)*
Renew your acquaintance with Scotland's national hero and Hollywood legend, Sir William Wallace at the spectacular 220 foot high National Wallace Monument, completed in 1869.
Stirling Castle (15 Miles)*
Towering over the city, Stirling Castle is amongst Scotland's most celebrated visitor attractions.
Argyll's Lodging (15 Miles)*
Please note access is by pre-booked guided tour only through arrangement with Stirling Castle.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near The Armoury
Gleneagles (2 Miles)*
The resort destination of Gleneagles is known as the "Gateway to Northern Scotland". Lying an hour north of Edinburgh, it is where the lowland plains meet the Scottish Highlands.
Blackford (4 Miles)*
Muthill (5 Miles)*
Monzie (8 Miles)*
Forgandenny (8 Miles)*
Rumblingbridge (10 Miles)*
Sauchie (11 Miles)*
Bridge of Earn (11 Miles)*
Comrie (12 Miles)*
Perth (12 Miles)*
Perth is a unique small city situated on the banks of the River Tay in the Heartland of Scotland. Surrounded by the beautiful scenery of Perthshire, at the gateway to the Highlands of Scotland.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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