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ROSEHEARTY
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TODAY:

Enlighten yourself with the stories of lighthouses.

lighthouselight - Enlighten yourself with the stories of lighthouses. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: £7.70 (adult) Time: 45 mins
The Scottish Lighthouse Museum, on Stevenson Road in Fraserburgh, explains how centuries of technology and tenacious lighthouse keepers have saved many lives at sea. Discover how lighthouses have worked for all that time, with a lighthouse inside a 16th-century castle - Kinnaird Head castle, to be precise - with a tour, running on the hour from 11am to 4pm.
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ROSEHEARTY
ABERDEENSHIRE
57.697, -2.11322


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