Things to see and do - Montrose
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Montrose Travel guide
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Montrose is a popular seaside resort sited on a peninsula between the sea and a seawater basin. It offers a wide, fine sandy beach, several golf courses and a surrounding landscape worth exploring. It has always been a busy commercial centre, a market town for the rich farming hinterland and prosperous port. Its wealth increased with North Sea oil, and the opening of an oil base at Ferryden.
Tourist attractions Montrose : Things to see and do
Panmure Place GB - Montrose DD10 8HE
Here you will discover the town's ancient activities (salmon fishing, 18C tobacco trade and whale fishing), dioramas showing natural history and a section devoted to local celebrities. Note the bust of Hugh McDiarmid, publisher of a local paper in th..
st. High GB - Montrose DD10
This building that looks like a castle houses offices and was built in the place of a 13C castle that was due to become the urban residence of the Graham family.
24 st. Market GB - Montrose DD10 8NB
This little studio houses an exhibition of sculptures and paintings by William Lamb (1893-1951), a relatively unknown artist. The bronzes show surprising verve and sureness on the part of a man who damaged his hand during the War before beginning to ..
Provost Scots Road, Midlinks, Montrose GB - Montrose DD10 8RL
Near the town centre, the Links Hotel offers free Wi-Fi, an AA Rosette-awarded restaurant and free parking. Montrose rail station is nearby. The Links restaurant offers Scottish and continental cuisine. There is a cocktail bar and an outdoor terrace..
61 John Street GB - Montrose DD10 8RJ
The Park Hotel is in a quiet area, in the centre of this historic seaside town, 800 metres from Montrose Rail Station and the golf course. It has free parking, en suite rooms and a bar and restaurant. The Park Hotel is 300 metres from the High Stree..