Pictavia -The land of the Picts
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The Picts get their name from the Romans, who called them Picti - meaning "The Painted People" in Latin.

Angus Pictish Trail Guide


Pictavia is only the start of your journey through Angus' Pictish past - why not download the Pictish Trail Guide below, and use it to explore other Pictish sites in the area?


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A Day Out With the Picts

  
2012-09-10
  
Monday 10th Sept, 10am – 3.30pm

A special chance to visit some of the most important sites of Pictish history in Angus – all in one day! Starting at Pictavia (bus leaves 10am), you will be transported to Aberlemno to see the famous cross slab depicting the Battle of Dunnichen. The next stop is The Meffan Museum in Forfar, where a number of local pictish carved stones are on display. After lunch, you will be taken to St Vigeans, where a large number of stones have been discovered, and given access to the visitor centre there. You will return to Pictavia by 3.30pm when you will have a chance to look around the interactive displays there. Dr Sheila Hainey of the Pictish Arts Society will be on hand all day to guide you, and give you plenty of information about the sites you visit. The cost is £12 which includes lunch and entry to all sites. Booking is essential – call Brechin VisitScotland Information Centre on 01356 623050 to reserve your place.