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The weather in Kirriemuir
You can see our climate diagram above. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Find yourself a cosy holiday cottage in the village of Kirriemuir
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, Kirriemuir is a typically peaceful Scottish village, with lots of intriguing historical attractions within easy reach when you opt for a holiday cottage here.
Visit the real Neverland
Kirriemuir's other famous son is author and playwright J.M. Barrie, who wrote Peter Pan in the early 20th century. You can visit J.M. Barrie's Birthplace in Kirriemuir, and learn about Scotland in the late Victorian era, as well as about the creation of the iconic characters in Peter Pan. Younger children will enjoy Peter Pan Park, also located in the village, a fun play area with attractions inspired by the original story, including Captain Hook's ship.
Royal approval for Angus attractions
A short drive from Kirriemuir is Glamis Castle, the home of the Queen Mother. The castle is open to the public, and visitors can tour the luxurious rooms embellished with works of art and historic artefacts. Glamis Castle also boasts extensive gardens, and there are walking routes throughout the open areas to help make sure you see all the highlights. If you are interested in learning more about the history of more ordinary people, then visit the Angus Folk Museum, also in Glamis, to see exhibits and demonstrations of how typical chores were done by Victorian Scots, both in and outside the home.
Getting boisterous at Bonfest
The only time Kirriemuir doesn't live up to its sleepy village reputation is during Bonfest, an annual festival dedicated to the music of AC/DC and founding member Bon Scott, who was born in the area. Locals and visitors alike can enjoy live rock music performances in local venues by bands inspired by the music of AC/DC. Year round, visitors often stop to pay homage to the statue of Bon Scott on Bellies Brae.
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