History: Elgin to Fraserburgh

Day 4: Rosehearty to Fraserburgh

After breakfast it’s on to Fraserburgh to discover more about the North East’s fishing traditions and why the area is so important in the development of lighthouses around the coast of the United Kingdom.

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Lighthouse Museum at Kinairds Head

After breakfast it’s on to Fraserburgh to discover more about the North East’s fishing traditions and why the area is so important in the development of lighthouses around the coast of the United Kingdom. We recommend you start off with the fascinating Lighthouse Museum at Kinairds Head. A museum dedicated to the history of lighthouses around the Scottish coast, set in the very first lighthouse on mainland Scotland, built in 1787 through the middle of a 1500's castle ! The lighthouse is still in perfect working order and is known to light up the Moray Coast on very special occasions.

Lunch time!

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Fraserburgh Heritage Centre

In the afternoon how about a visit the Fraserburgh Heritage Centre overlooking the Moray Firth. A great visitor attraction which showcases the rich heritage and history of Fraserburgh and the surrounding area, through fascinating displays and hands-on activities. Fraserburgh has been a Burgh of Regality since 1601. Find out more about two of Fraserburgh’s most famous sons, Thomas Blake Glover, giant of Japan and Bill Gibb, fashion designer extraordinary

Dinner

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Great Local Fun Activities

Check out some recommended activites

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Accommodation

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