Pictavia -The land of the Picts
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It is thought that within Pictish society, it was women who held all the power - not the men!

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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What’s On At Pictavia

photo of a young lad with a Roman soldierCheck out the listings below for up-to-date news and details of upcoming events at Pictavia. For more information about any of our news stories or events, please feel free to Contact Us.

 

 

 

 

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A Day Out With the PictsA special chance to visit some of the most important sites of Pictish history in Angus – all in one day!10 September 2012
A Day Out With the PictsA special chance to visit some of the most important sites of Pictish history in Angus – all in one day!10 September 2012
A Day Out With The PictsA special chance to visit some of the most important sites of Pictish History in Angus - all in one day! Starting at Pictavia, you will be transported to Aberlemno to see the famous cross slab depicting the Battle of Dunnichen.19 September 2013
A real shaggy dog story to be told at Brechin visitor centreTwo LOCAL authors are to sign copies of their book about a heroic World War Two Norwegian sea dog at Brechin Visitor Information Centre (VIC) on Saturday, October 13.13 October 2012
A real shaggy dog story to be told at Brechin visitor centreTwo LOCAL authors are to sign copies of their book about a heroic World War Two Norwegian sea dog at Brechin Visitor Information Centre (VIC) on Saturday, October 13.13 October 2012
Angus Heritage Week 2012Angus is home to many heritage and cultural venues and a pilot Angus Heritage Week will take place this year, from the 7th - 14th September.07 September 2012
Basket WeavingRachel Bower of Woven Willow is based in Forfar. Her baskets are made using traditional weaving techniques very similar to that used by the Picts.16 August 2014
Celtic Design Exhibition - Larry ScrimgeourLarry Scrimgeour is a local designer from Blairgowrie, who specialises in circular and cross style celtic designs.21 May 2011
Doors Open at PictaviaPictavia opens its doors for free on 8th and 9th September for visitors to come and hear the fascinating story about the Picts who roamed Angus a thousand years ago.20 July 2012