House of Dun to be Transformed into Historical Park for Angus

A top Angus tourist attraction is being completely repurposed next year to tell the story of the county’s history, people and landscape.

Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland is investing more than £700,000 at the House of Dun, near Montrose, to transform it into a “historical park for Angus.”

It will feature a special installation explaining the county’s part in the ‘birth’ of Scotland through the Declaration of Arbroath almost 700 years ago.

Simon Skinner, NTS chief executive, said: “This is a transformational investment that will offer a rich experience for people of all ages.


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