|Angus Folk Museum|
Located in the conservation village of Glamis, 5 miles (8 km) south west of Forfar in Angus, the Angus Folk Museum is one of the jewels of the county's museums and heritage centres.
The museum is housed in a terraced row of six traditional cottages and a farm steading, and displays the collection of
Jean, Lady Maitland, which was gifted to the nation in the 1950s and is administered by the National Trust for Scotland.
This cornucopia of domestic and agricultural artefacts and memorabilia illustrates the daily life of the ordinary people of rural communities in Angus in the 18th Century and 19th centuries.
The steading houses 'Life on the Land' - tools, machinery, and interesting bits and pieces from bygone farmyards, as well as the rather grand Glen Isla Hearse - a horse-drawn hearse used in the Glen for many a year.
Easter Weekend then WEEKENDS ONLY.
4 April - 28 June: 12 noon - 5pm.
29 June - 30 August: 12 noon -5pm (Daily, Monday - Saturday)
5 September - 1 November: 12 noon - 5pm (Weekends only).
Bank holiday weekends from Friday to Monday inclusive.
Last admission 4.30pm.
Closed 2nd November - Easter.
FREE to National Trust for Scotland members
1 parent: £10
Nearby Car Park, Pay & Display: £2
Disabled Parking On Site.
Wheelchair Accessible Toilet; Level Access; Guide Dogs Welcome.
Public Toilets; Gift Shop.
Groups Welcome; Schools Welcome.