Kintore Symbol Stone
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
The style of carving is different on the two faces, which may mean it was carved by two different people, possibly at different times. The stone is known amongst archaeologists as Kintore 1, and stands just inside the gates to the kirkyard.
It probably dates to the early 7th century (Pictish symbol stones are notoriously hard to date). There are further symbol stones at Dyce, four miles away, and Easter Aquhorthies Stone Circle is 6 miles distant.
About Kintore Symbol Stone
Address: Kintore Kirk, B977, Kintore, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Attraction Type: Prehistoric Site - Carved Stone
Location: On the B977, in the centre of Kintore (just of the A96) south of Inverurie
Photo Credit: C Page, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence
Opening Details: Open access site, usually accessible at any reasonable time
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NEARBY HISTORIC ATTRACTIONS
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Kinkell Church - 1.8 miles (Historic Church)
Inverurie Bass - 2.8 miles (Castle)
Inverurie Symbol Stones - 2.8 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Brandsbutt Symbol Stone - 4.4 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Lang Stane o'Craigearn - 4.4 miles (Prehistoric Site)
East Aquhorthies Stone Circle - 4.7 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Castle Fraser - 4.9 miles (Historic House)
Dyce Symbol Stones - 5.1 miles (Prehistoric Site)
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