Angus Heritage Week 2017
Check each event for full details.
Discover more about the rich, built and cultural heritage in Angus Heritage Week.
Angus Heritage Week is packed with activities and events which highlight the people, places and traditions of the local area.
Discover more about the rich, built and cultural heritage of Angus during this year’s Angus Heritage Week, from 1 to 10 September.
Doors Open Days, which is co-ordinated nationally by the Scottish Civic Trust, takes place during Angus Heritage Week over the weekend of 2 and 3 September. Doors Open Days allows you to visit a number of historic, contemporary and unusual buildings.
Angus is home to many museums, galleries, historic sites and buildings. So, whether your interest is in ancient civilisations, medieval battles or historic houses, Angus has a rich story to tell.
|1-3 September||Kirriemuir Festival of Music and Song|
|1-7 September||An A-Z of Archaeology|
|1-8 September||An Exhibition of Monifieth's Archaeology|
|1-8 September||The Archaeology of Angus|
|4-8 September||Awesome Archaeology|
|2 September||William Lamb Studio Special Opening|
|2 & 3 September||Hospitalfield Autumn Season Open Weekend|
|3 September||Apple Harvest Day|
|3 September||Keeping the Thread|
|3 September||Walk & Tour of Mortuary Chapel|
|3 September||The Frasers in Exile - Talk by Graham McNicol|
|5 September||Arbroath before the Abbey - Stories, Stones and Bones|
|6 September||Hospitalfield Heritage Tour and Cafe|
|6 September||House of Dun Tour|
|6 September||Kirriemuir Town Centre Guided Walk|
|7 September||JM Barrie's Birthplace Tour|
|7 September||Francis Place, William Lodge & The York Virtuosi|
|8 September||Glamis Guided Walk|
|8 September||The Music of Morris Pert|
|9 & 10 September||Auchmithie Heritage & Arts Festival|
Please note: Old Arbroath Guided Walk on Wednesday 6 September has been cancelled unfortunately. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.