Berrybrae Stone Circle
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
Sometime around 1700 BCE the cairn was destroyed, and the standing stones - with the exception of the recumbent stone and one flanking stone - were chopped down to create a level site.
A stone wall was then erected over the remainder of the standing stones and the bank to create a cremation cemetery. Within the circle was a ring cairn containing three burials.
About seven miles away is Memsie Cairn burial site.
About Berrybrae Stone Circle
Address: Crimond, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Attraction Type: Prehistoric Site
Location: On a minor road just south of the A90, west of Crimond. The circle is in a stand of trees at the north-west corner of a minor road junction.
Photo Credit: Anne Burgess, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence
Opening Details: Open access site, usually accessible at any reasonable time
NEARBY HISTORIC ATTRACTIONS
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Cairness House - 2.7 miles (Historic House)
Cairnbulg Castle - 3.2 miles (Castle)
Memsie Cairn - 4.4 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Maggie's Hoosie - 5.1 miles (Museum)
White Cow Wood Cairn - 5.9 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Strichen Stone Circle - 6.2 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Loudon Wood Stone Circle - 6.2 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Aberdeenshire Farming Museum - 6.3 miles (Museum)
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