We stopped in here on our way to Glamis Castle mostly because we had the Historic Scotland Explorer pass, and it was free. This is a tiny museum next to a very old churchyard (next door you can see several really old gravestones from the 16-1700s), and most of the Pictish stones were found in the churchyard or very nearby. I really enjoyed the insight into this period of Scottish history, with the stones left behind by a group we don't know much about (they had no written language). Be aware that they are closed for lunch, and there is usually only one staff member there. This meant that the very knowledgeable, enthusiastic woman giving us background info had to keep pausing to sell tickets to newcomers.
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