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Totally restored house lived in by jm barrie.excellent for.kids to visit

Cracking tourist attraction and the kids would love it ..all rooms depicting all aspects of... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
happywanderer1960
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Carnoustie, United Kingdom
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Day of learning about Barrie’s Peter Pan .

Being from the birthplace of JM Barrie this was a must see attraction . Seeing and hearing about... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2024
MNic55
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Kirriemuir, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 7 June 2019 via mobile

Popped in for a look around as only opened on saturday if you wish to see the exhibitions you have to pay however can visit the wee shop or cafe which is what we did pity you cannot sit out in the stunning gardens however cafe is surrounded by glass so you can have a good view, only had coffee which i would say is slightly more expensive than other establishments as the cups are quite small however very nice and staff were very friendly especially i think her name was penny

Date of experience: June 2019
5  Thank Jinty478
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Reviewed 4 June 2019 via mobile

Utterly magical experience...stunning garden, pirate ship, Wendy house, crocodile sculptures... inside rooms for the adults to find out about JM Barrie... upstairs children’s reading room, kids bedroom with flying Peter Pan and Tinkerbells fairy dust.... dressing up room with stage... and lots more

Date of experience: June 2019
6  Thank margaretmilligan331
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Reviewed 2 June 2019 via mobile

Today I visited the newly opened Moat Brae ... and left this most unique home of the imagination with a light, happy heart, full of magic, my life the better for the experience.

We’ve been waiting with bated breath for the opening of Moat Brae’s celebration of all that is JM Barrie and his most marvellous of creations, Peter Pan. Three generations (nana, mum and 10-year-old daughter) were concerned that it would not live up to our high expectations. However, we could not have anticipated that it would surpass even the highest of our imaginings.

The essence of the creation of Peter Pan by the brilliant Barrie fills every space of this wonderful building and its grounds, transcending age. There is such a mix of different media that breathe life to the imagination that it is difficult to put into words what the whole is. From the dining table of Barrie’s boyhood, his boyhood ‘pirate cronies’ forever at his side, through the elegant drawing room where those who believe in fairies can clap and hear the original Tinker Bell, into the library full of imaginings, past a breathtaking dolls house, to the attic with its theatre, scripts and dressing up box with the opportunity to catch Tinker Bell & Peter’s shadow, with a basement to allow children’s imaginations a free run .... we were
captivated.

Add to this plenty of chairs, cushions and under-the-stair spaces to curl up with a good book and let your mind escape to another world and you have Moat Brae.

We had so much to experience indoors that we are going to have to revisit to explore the wonderful gardens, the river and its pirate galleon ... I’m delighted to report!

And by the way (as someone who has a great deal of experience of good things to eat and drink!), the cafe is superb with melt-in-the-mouth delights that surely have magic and love in every bite.

Enjoy!!!

Date of experience: June 2019
3  Thank AndMEAnd
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Reviewed 17 April 2019 via mobile

Opening May 2019, after years of restoration work. It will be a national children's literature centre and visitor attraction and will host tours, trails, events and activities. It will also have a shop, cafe and education suite.

Date of experience: May 2018
29  Thank Scottish-Hidden-Gems
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Reviewed 21 August 2019
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Date of experience: August 2019
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