One of the Aberlemno sculptured stones
Aberlemno is a small village on the main road between Forfar and Brechin. The most famous historic attraction associated with the village are the Aberlemno Sculptured Stones.

There are four stones; the largest stands in the churchyard and is best described as a cross-slab decorated with Pictish symbols and interlaced pattern carving. Three other stones, dating from the 7th to the 9th century, stand by the roadside.

About 9 miles away is St Orland's Stone, another well-known sculptured stone. Much closer is Restenneth Priory, an Augustinian priory founded by David I, while about 3 miles away is the Finavon Doocot, a 16th-century dovecote thought to be the largest in Scotland.