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The Queens Hotel provides Free city centre parking for all residents
Let the magic of Scotland's unique heritage take you into a different world - peopled by ancient kings, modern day queens, adventurers, inventors, and philanthropists.
Scotland's east coast offers many opportunities to explore Celtic legends, treasured national heirlooms, and inspirational stories of a people that have endured for more than 2000 years.
Experience it for yourself.
Glamis Castle, childhood home of H.M. Queen Elizabeth the Queenmother and legendary setting of Shakespeare's play Macbeth, is one of Scotland's top visitor attractions.
It is one of several castles and private estates that offer a centuries old insight into Scottish history.
Scone Palace, is a renowned crowning place of Scottish Kings, while Blair Atholl Castle, is home to Britain's only private army, the Atholl Highlanders.
Arbroath Abbey - celebrated home of the Scottish Declaration of Independence from the English Kings - is a stunning reminder of 14th-century nobility that is still celebrated in modern times by the American Tartan Day.
Numerous museums like the Angus Folk Museum next to Glamis Castle and historic houses like the Georgian House of Dun near Montrose offer an an eclectic mix of celtic culture, martime history and victorian opulence.