Foulden Tithe Barn
Foulden Tithe Barn
One of only two surviving medieval tithe barns in Scotland, Foulden Tithe Barn stands in a corner of the churchyard, with one side bordering the main road. The building is a simple rectangular structure with stepped gables at both ends. These are not likely original, and in truth various architectural embellishments over the centuries make it very difficult to determine when the tithe barn was built.
The barn is two storeys high, with a full basement and an external stair linking the two storeys . It is built of rubble, with dressed quoins and a slate roof. The barn was intended to store grain and other foodstuffs given to the parish church by parishioners.

Unfortunately, only the exterior of the tithe barn can be viewed.