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Stonehaven's Railway Station. Click link to see live departure/arrival information from the platform.
View of the bay at Stonehaven - click picture for enlarged view.
The golf course at Stonehaven. CLick link for information about the Golf Course.
Stonehaven's Park and Leisure Centre. Click picture for enlarged view.
This National Trust for Scotland property is about 20 minutes by car from Stonehaven and is well worth a visit especially in the summer.
Open Good Friday to 30 September daily 10.00am till 5.30pm. Reduced opening hours at other times of year. If you plan to visit more than one National Trust property, please consider getting a membership which is valid for one year and then gives free entry to all properties.

For further info please click the link below which will take you to the National Trust for Scotland website.
Dunnottar Castle is a dramatic and evocative ruin less than two miles south of Stonehaven. Click link below for more information.
Lots of useful information about what to see and do in the Stonehaven Area.
Stonehaven's Hogmanay celebrations. Click link for more information including webcams.
Stonehaven's famous open-air heated swimming pool. Click for more information.

About Stonehaven's Buildings

Stonehaven has a number of buildings listed by Historic Scotland.

Category A Buildings

A Category Listing: - National or International Importance

St James Church:(normally open each day for visitors)

The Tolbooth:(at the harbour, and has a musemum on ground level and a high standard fish restaurant on first floor)

Former Textile Yard:(at NW side of Keith Place)

Category B Buildings

B Category Listing: - Regional Importance or Major Examples of a Particular Period, Style or Building Type

Carron Restaurant
County Buildings
Cowie Bridge
High Street Market Cross
Open Air Pool
Railway Station's original stone buildings and verandah
Sun-dail outside the Tolbooth
Some buildings around the town square
Town Hall

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