6 Sights in Perth, United Kingdom (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Perth, United Kingdom. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Perth, United Kingdom.

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1. Perth Bridge

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Perth Bridge is a toll-free bridge in the city of Perth, Scotland. A Category A listed structure, it spans the River Tay, connecting Perth, on the western side of the river, to Bridgend, on its eastern side, carrying both automotive and pedestrian traffic of West Bridge Street. An earlier bridge was demolished at the same location in 1621, and many unsuccessful attempts were made to replace it. A subscription was started by James VI and several noblemen to help with the construction cost, but the king's death in 1625 suspended the scheme and a series of ferryboats were instead used.

Wikipedia: Perth Bridge (EN)

2. St. John's Kirk

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St. John's Kirk Kilnburn 00:00, 9 May 2010 (UTC) / Attribution

St John's Kirk is a church in the Scottish city of Perth, Perth and Kinross. Of Church of Scotland denomination, it is located in St John's Place, just southeast of the city centre. It stands on the former site of a church dating to 1126. Today's structure, built around 1448, is a Category A listed building. The church is most noted for being the site of John Knox's 1559 sermon against idolatry, which began the Scottish Reformation.

Wikipedia: St John's Kirk (EN)

3. North Inch

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North Inch is a large public park in Perth, Scotland. About 54 hectares in size, it is one of two "Inches" in Perth, the other being the smaller, 31-hectare South Inch, located half a mile across the city. The inches were granted to the city, when it was a royal burgh, by King Robert II in 1374. Both inches were once islands in the River Tay; today, they are connected by Tay Street, part of the A989.

Wikipedia: North Inch (EN)

4. Perth Concert Hall

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Perth Concert Hall is a space that houses a programme of concerts, performances and contemporary art in Perth, Scotland. It is a successor to Perth City Hall and like sister venue Perth Theatre is leased to Horsecross Arts Limited by Perth & Kinross Council. The building was opened by Her Majesty Elizabeth II in 2005.

Wikipedia: Perth Concert Hall (Scotland) (EN)

5. St. Matthew's Church

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St Matthew's Church is a church in the Scottish city of Perth, Perth and Kinross. Of Church of Scotland denomination, it is located on Tay Street, overlooking the River Tay, just east of the city centre. Completed in November 1871, the work of John Honeyman, it is a Category B listed building.

Wikipedia: St Matthew's Church, Perth (EN)

6. Perth Museum and Art Gallery

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Perth Museum and Art Gallery is the main museum and exhibition space in the city of Perth, Scotland. It is located in the Marshall Monument, named in memory of Thomas Hay Marshall, a former provost of Perth.

Wikipedia: Perth Museum and Art Gallery (EN)

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