Queen Victoria laid the foundation stone in 1893, the church opened 1895. Neat Gothic cruciform church with square tower and short spire designed by A Marshall Mackenzie. The granite church stands on a hill overlooking the ruins of the 14th-century church and the River Dee. Memorial stones, plaques and stained glass commemorate royalty and ministers. Fine Iona marble communion table and 17th-century oak reredos.
Open April to October, Monday to Saturday 10am-4pm; Sunday 12.45pm-4pm
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