Pictish Stones at St Vigeans Museum Arbroath Angus
St Vigeans Pictish and Mediaeval Stone Museum is located within a row of slate-roofed red-sandstone cottages in the village of St. Vigeans on the northern outskirts of Arbroath. Visit St Vigeans Museum Angus
Bell Rock lighthouse records at Signal Tower Museum Arbroath
Arbroath Signal Tower Museum collects artefacts, photographs and archive material relating to the history of Arbroath and District.
The collections are especially representative of the Burgh’s fishing heritage, along with the building’s link with the historic Bell Rock Lighthouse designed by the famous engineer Robert Stevenson. More photos fron the Signal Tower Museum Arbroath
The Drosten Stone St Vigeans Angus Scotland
The Drosten Stone, a Pictish cross slab standing 182cm high by 53cm wide.
This is believed to have stood at the entrance to the monastery at St Vigeans. It has been broken into three at some point, and the middle part remains missing. The larger part was reused as paving in the church, while the smaller fragment was built into a set of stairs. See this stone and others at the St Vigeans Museum Angus near Arbtoath