Dog Friendly Day Out in Scotland

Abernethy
Bridge of Earn
Eastern Scotland

Telephone: 0131 668 8800
Website: www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/ind

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Key Info:
In the village of Abernethy off the A913. East of the Bridge of Earn. NO 192 163

Description:
The Tower is one of the two round towers of Irish style surviving in Scotland, dating from the end of the 11th century. The tower is 15ft in diameter at its base and 74ft high. A Pictish symbol stone can be found at the foot of the tower. The stone dates back to around AD600. The carvings on the stone comprise of a decorative tuning fork with a hammer, an anvil and a decorative motif of a crescent and v-rod. Pictish symbol stone built into the tower. Fine views from the top.

Opening Times:
Visit Historic Scotland's website for details.

Dog Restrictions:
Dogs are permitted in the grounds if kept on a leash. They are not permitted in roofed buildings. Owners are asked to be sensitive to the effect of their dogs on others, esepcially children. Poop scoops are available from the steward at staffed sites. Please clear up after your dog.

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