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The monument was about a block down the street from the museum. We turned right and walked down this little street past some homes, and then gradually up a small hill to find the monument. We took several pictures. The views from here were quite...More
Glencoe is a small town near the River Coe, and has magnificent picturesque views of the hillsides and mountains of this Highlands area. The small monument pays tribute to the 38 clansmen of Clan MacDonald, who were killed in the Massacre of Glen Coe on...More
Was on my partners to see list so being in the area we drove along to it. The monument not the easiest to find is at the end of a dead end side road on the right if you are coming up from the shop...More
Definitely worth a visit, especially if you are found of history.
The monument is surrounded by mountains and the river River Coe can be spotted on the right.
The house I stayed at was a few meters away from the monument however if you're looking...More
We stayed at Glencoe House which was very close to the monument. Had to visit given we are MacDonald’s and my husband resided in the Highlands in his early childhood. Fitting memorial and well done to those who continue to maintain it.