Things to see and do - Kirriemuir
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Kirriemuir Travel guide
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With its narrow and winding streets lined with red sandstone houses, the small town of Kirriemuir has a certain charm, It is set at the foot of the Highlands, facing the great curved Vale of Strathmore and lying at the heart of a countryside where raspberry bushes grow. It is the birthplace of the playwright JM Barrie, creator of Peter Pan, who made the town the setting for some of his books, using the name of Thrums.
Tourist attractions Kirriemuir : Things to see and do
9 Brechin Road GB - Kirriemuir DD8 4BX
The birthplace of James Matthew Barrie (1860-1937), playwright and creator of Peter Pan, is a little four-roomed cottage filled with souvenirs of the writer. In the exhibition room, you can see the facets of this discreet man and his mastery of stage..
Barrie Pavilion. Kirriemuir Hill GB - Kirriemuir
This shows the valleys of the Highlands to the north and Dundee to the south.
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Barrie's tomb is indicated. The short walk provides some fine views of the agricultural landscape around Strathmore.