Huntly is a charming town in Aberdeenshire that attracts tourists with its rich history, diverse events and fascinating attractions. The town dates back to the 12th century and was once home to powerful clans such as the Gordons. This history can be explored at Huntly Castle, an impressive ruin with stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
Throughout the year, Huntly hosts a variety of events that appeal to visitors of all ages. Highlights include the popular agricultural show, which showcases local produce and livestock, and Winter Festival, featuring festive markets and entertainment. For those seeking adventure, Huntly also offers opportunities for golfing, fishing and hiking.
One of the main attractions in Huntly is the Gordon Highlanders Museum, telling the story of Scotland's most celebrated regiment through interactive exhibits and displays. Another must-see attraction is Leith Hall & Gardens where visitors can explore beautiful gardens filled with exotic plants or enjoy a guided tour inside one of Scotland's finest country houses. With so many things to see and do in this picturesque town set amidst rolling hillsides dotted with castle ruins it's no wonder why tourists keep coming back year after year!
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