So that you can get a feel and taste for the many events taking place in Angus, we have added a number of film clips to the Angus Ahead website.
Angus is an area of outstanding beauty, situated on the east coast of Scotland. The rugged coastline of Angus opens into scenic glens and the fertile Valley of Strathmore.
Known around the world as Scotland's Birthplace, Angus enjoys the benefits of modern living, as well as tangible links with a colourful and historically significant past.
With 30 challenging links, classic parkland and glorious heathland golf courses within a 40 minute drive – including three Open qualifying courses – Angus is a must-visit for every true golfer. There's no better place for your golf break this year. More on Golf in Angus...
Angus hosts a lively annual calendar of festivals, events, and great family days out - for kids of all ages! Such is the diversity of events and festivals on offer in Angus that there should be an activity for everyone! What's On in Angus
Angus is steeped in tradition - there are many museums, historic sites and buildings to be enjoyed. Angus towns are well preserved, reflecting medieval patterns of settlement and the villages are unspoiled and full of character. More on Heritage...
Angus, with its vibrant seaside towns, the inland Strathmore Valley and Glorious Glens, will captivate you and create a sense of discovery - so why not spend some time here taking a gentle walk or really exert yourself and try one of the exhilarating outdoor activities like Canyoning? More on Outdoor Activities in Angus...
Pick up an Angus Visitors Guide at a local Access Office, library, museum or visitor attraction.
Luxurious country house hotels and stunning self-catering lodges with leisure facilities, friendly gueshouses and bed and breakfast establishments - there is plenty of choice for the discerning traveller looking for accommodation in Angus.
Visit our Holidays & Accommodation
section and search for the ideal place to stay.
Listed below are just some of the events that are taking place in Angus in 2013 - with many more events being added on a daily basis.
All Events Taking Place in 2013
To see a full listing of the events taking place in Angus in 2013, visit the What's On page.
Tartan Day Scotland Festival
29 March - 7 April 2013
Various event locations across Angus. Tartan Day celebrates all this Scottish and commemorates the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath on 6 April 1320. Join in the celebration.
Tayroots Family History Day
5 April 2013
Discovery Point, Dundee.
If you are keen to discover more about your family history, then come along and listen to talks, take part in workshops and speak to local historical and ancestral groups to find out more about your past.