This scene shows Kinnaird Head Castle Lighthouse in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire on the north east coast.

Once a castle built for the Fraser family in the 1500s, Kinnaird Head was made into a lighthouse in 1787 by the Northern Lighthouse Board. Just a short walk away, there is a nearby Museum of Scottish Lighthouses where you can discover some of the lightkeepers’ secrets. From the lighthouse you can watch over the seas, and look for marine life including dolphins, whales and porpoises.

While you’ve been busy listening to the lovely sounds of the sea, all of Scotland’s beaches and islands have been calling to you.

Partner organisation: Historic Environment Scotland - Kinnaird Head Castle

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