Montrose Attractions Scotland
Montrose Attractions Scotland with a natural harbour where The Old Pretender, James Francis Edward Stuart (son of King VII of II of England and Ireland) sailed from Montrose harbour in 1716 and returned to France. Montrose Basin a wildlife sanctuary of international importance Visit the Georgian house overlooking the Montrose Basin which was designed and built by William Adam in 1730 for Lord Dun. Once the home of Lady Augusta Kennedy-Erskine, the daughter of King William IV. There are also two museums which are well worth a visit, Montrose Air Station Museum and Montrose museum and Art Gallery. St Cyrus National Nature Reserve and visitor centre and for the horticulturists Langley Park Gardens which contain four walled gardens and thousand of different plants.