Out and About

Much of the Wee County of Clackmannanshire still lies largely unexplored by visitors but, like us, the good folk of the County would love to share its rich history, diverse landscape, wildlife and cultural activities with you. Here’s a shortlist of some of the richest pickings in the Wee County and surrounding area for 2017-18:

Re-birth of the Japanese Garden at Cowden (history & heritage talks), gates due to open in 2018,

Open Doors Weekend (history events), 24 & 25 September, for more details see Clackmannanshire Council website

Real Ale Festival, 27 & 28 October,

Glasgow 2018 European Championships – European Golf Team Championship at Gleneagles:  Click on the link to purchase tickets:

Feel free to browse the blogs we’ve penned on some of the highlights of the immediate area and some from a wee bit further afield.  For much more on the County’s hidden treasures, listen to this clip from Scotland’s foremost travel blogger, Travels with a Kilt, on BBC Scotland’s Out for the Weekend show

and visit DiscoverClackmannanshire

Where is Craigh na Dun?

A Visit to Outlander’s Craigh na Dun at Kinloch Rannoch  

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A Weekend in the Wee County

weekend in the wee county

Things to do in Clackmannanshire

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A step back in time to Huntingtower Castle

huntingtower castle

Huntingtower Castle, Perthshire

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Quirky Culross

Culross day trip Scotland

  Following the Fife Coastal Path east of Kincardine-on-Forth and the black giant of Longannet Power Station, it is something of a revelation to arrive at the riverside ‘time capsule’ of the ancient Royal Burgh of Culross (pronounced Coo-russ) even for relative locals like ourselves. There’s plenty […]

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