Heritage Ranger Tour: Inveraven Church & Pictish Stones
Curious about Picts? An introduction to their art & symbol stones.
Join Glenlivet & Inveravon Heritage Ranger Lydia for an introduction to Pictish art and symbol stones. We will be looking at four Pictish Stones discovered in the churchyard of Inveraven, which has been a site of spiritual practice and pilgrimage for centuries. This tour will provide an overview to Pictish art and culture and will show how the Picts contributed to the shaping of modern Scotland.
Access to Inveraven Church is off the A95 about half a mile north of the entrance to Ballindalloch Castle, and can be found by following the brown tourist sign directing visitors down the single track road to the Inveraven Pictish Stones.
Parking is available at the bottom of the drive before you arrive at the church or in front of the church building.
As we will be outside, please dress appropriately for changeable weather.
Children are very welcome to attend. Please note that toilet facilities are not available on site.
Well behaved dogs may attend but must be leashed.
Funded by Foundation Scotland from the Dorenell Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund.