Things to see & do in Edzell

From the stunning & distinctive Dalhousie Arch which marks the entrance to Edzell, to the Inglis Memorial Hall, used by the village for over 100 years, Edzell is a picturesque village with a lot to offer. 

Explore all the things to see and do in Edzell and surrounding areas below. You can also view a full range of things to see and do in Angus, you'll find something for everyone!


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  • Bedlam Paintball Site

    Edzell

    Bedlam Paintball is a game of challenge, speed and excitement combining tactics with teamwork. Game Bedlam is also available for 12-17 year olds. Other activities, team development and event management services also available.

  • Edzell Castle

    Edzell

    The ruined castle of Edzell stands close to the village of Edzell, 5 miles (8km) north of Brechin in Angus.

  • Edzell Golf Club

    Edzell

    Edzell Golf Club is easily accessible and within an hour's drive from St Andrews or Aberdeen.

  • Inglis Memorial Hall Library Visitor Centre

    Edzell

    The hall may be hired by organisations and individuals for theatrical productions, events, exhibitions, meetings, sports use and functions such as wedding receptions, dances and dinners.

  • Invermark Castle

    Edzell

    A ruined keep of N Angus, Invermark Castle lies at the end of Glen Mark, where it meets Glen Esk, just to the east of Loch Lee. The castle was built around 1526 by the Lindsay family making use of an existing 14th century keep. It sheltered David Lindsay after he had killed Lord Spynie in Edinburgh (1607), following a long-standing quarrel and James Carnegie, Lord Balnamoon, who was being sought by government troops after the Battle of Culloden.

  • Rocks of Solitude

    Edzell

    The Rocks of Solitude, at the foot of Glen Esk near Edzell, is a particularly beautiful spot.

  • Shakin' Brig'

    Edzell

    Tucked away at the end of Edzell's Gassy Brae, a lane that runs off the main street, is the Shakin' Brig. Built in around 1900 to provide pedestrians with a safe route across the North Esk, this suspension bridge straddles the border between the counties of Angus and Kincardineshire - and certainly lives up to its name!