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Visitor Attractions
Here we provide you with details of interesting attractions for visitors to Stonehaven and surrounding area including The Mearns and Aberdeen City and Shire

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Arbuthnott House and Gardens Arbuthnott House and Gardens
Conducted tours round this famous property are available on certain days while the gardens are open all the year round. For more details visit Arbuthnott House website  More Info>>
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Balmoral Castle Balmoral Castle
Balmoral Castle has been the Scottish home of the Royal Family since it was purchased for Queen Victoria by Prince Albert in 1852, having been first leased in 1848.It is situated on Royal Deeside 66 miles... More Info>>
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Caledonian Railway Caledonian Railway
Brechin Angus Scotland Tel:01356 622992 Visit Website More Info>>
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Crathes Castle Crathes Castle
Some 3 miles east of Banchory and 14 miles from Stonehaven, this is a real fairytale castle - a definite must if you are in the areaFor more information Go To Website More Info>>
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Drum Castle Drum Castle
The oldest intact building in the care of the  National Trust for Scotland,  Drum Castle was, from 1323 to 1975,the home of the Irvine Family.Situated in the world famous Castle... More Info>>
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Dunnottar Castle Dunnottar Castle
Dunnottar Castle is a dramatic and evocative ruin. As you wander around the extensive buildings you are almost surrounded by sea with gulls and other seabirds wheeling and screaming around the cliffs... More Info>>
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Dunnottar Woods Dunnottar Woods
Dunnottar Woods form part of the Forestry Commission holdings within the Moray & Aberdeenshire Forest District. As part of the Commission’s wider remit to develop multi- purpose forestry throughout... More Info>>
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Fettercairn Distillery Fettercairn Distillery
Why not visit the Fettercairn Distillery which is just a few miles south of Stonehaven. This was originally founded in 1824 and reconstructed after damage 1887 - 1890. Guided tours available May - September... More Info>>
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Fossil Over 420 Million Years Old Fossil Over 420 Million Years Old

Major Discovery in Stonehaven

Stonehaven featured as a main news item on the National News during the last week of January
2004, because of wee beastie found in Cowie. An amateur... More Info>>
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Fowlsheugh RSPB Reserve Fowlsheugh RSPB Reserve
This is one of the most exciting and largest seabird colony on mainland Britain, with something in the order of 160,000 birds. These comprise large numbers of Kittiwake and Guillemot, with smaller numbers... More Info>>
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The Grassic Gibbon Centre The Grassic Gibbon Centre
The Grassic Gibbon Centre is located in north-east Scotland, 2 hours north of Edinburgh... More Info>>
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Montrose Basin Wild Life Centre Montrose Basin Wild Life Centre
Montrose Basin is the 750 hectare enclosed estuary of the South Esk river. Virtually untouched by industrial development and pollution, the Basin provides a rich feeding ground for thousands of resident... More Info>>
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Radio Controlled Car Racing Radio Controlled Car Racing
Stonehaven & Distric Radio  Car Club have a dedicated Race Track for 1/10th Scale Radio Control Cars (mostly Electric Powered), and race on the second Sunday of every month, March to October... More Info>>
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The Tolbooth Museum The Tolbooth Museum
The Stonehaven Tolbooth is thought to have been founded by George Keith, 5th Earl Marischal (c. 15531623), with the original purpose of the rectangular building to be used as a storehouse. In 1600, an... More Info>>
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