A few weeks ago we had Alan come out to the Mausoleum with his drone to film it. This resulted in the stunning video below:
The Wardlaw Mausoleum is open 10.00-4.00 on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th September as part of the annual Doors Open Day scheme, with a special play at 3.00 on Saturday! Entrance Free.
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There are many plaques on the walls of the mausoleum about the families who are buried there. More information on them and the coffins in the crypt can be found by clicking here.
Dendrochronologist Dr Coralie Mills made a return visit to the mausoleum last week. To see more click here:
Dr Coralie Mills, a dendrochronologist and environmental archaeologist from the University of St Andrews, recently visited the mausoleum and other historic buildings in and around Kirkhill to examine their timbers. Download the article to find out more: Tree Ring expert visits Wardlaw Mausoleum + photos 12.11.14
Filmed in the Wardlaw Mausoleum, Paul K Lang of Living History Interpretations, demonstrates some of the weapons used during the fierce conflicts of the Jacobite uprisings.
Filmed on location in the Wardlaw Mausoleum, Paul K Lang of Living History Presentations gives an introduction to the lively, and sometimes bloody, history of the Lovat Frasers.