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Tullibardine Chapel, chapel 100m west of West Mains of Tullibardine

A Scheduled Monument in Strathallan, Perth and Kinross

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Latitude: 56.3011 / 56°18'3"N

Longitude: -3.7637 / 3°45'49"W

OS Eastings: 290959

OS Northings: 713468

OS Grid: NN909134

Mapcode National: GBR 1L.6SJN

Mapcode Global: WH5PG.5W0D

Entry Name: Tullibardine Chapel, chapel 100m W of West Mains of Tullibardine

Scheduled Date: 30 April 1920

Last Amended: 10 June 1998

Source: Historic Environment Scotland

Source ID: SM90308

Schedule Class: Cultural

Category: Ecclesiastical: chapel

Location: Blackford

County: Perth and Kinross

Electoral Ward: Strathallan

Traditional County: Perthshire


The monument comprises Tullibardine Chapel, a monument in the care of the Secretary of State for Scotland. The monument is being re-scheduled to clarify the extent of the protected area.

The monument comprises a chapel, founded in 1446 by Sir David Murray of Dumbarton, surrounded by a small graveyard. The chapel is substantially unaltered from its original cruciform plan, with a small tower on the W entered from the church by a narrow doorway.

The area to be scheduled comprises the remains described and an area around them within which related material may be expected to survive. It is irregular in shape, defined by a low stone wall, with maximum dimensions of 50m between its N- and S-most points and 43m between its E- and W-most points, as marked in red on the accompanying map extract.

Source: Historic Environment Scotland

Statement of Scheduling

The monument is of national importance as a particularly fine example of a Medieval chapel and for its potential to contribute to our understanding of Medieval ecclesiastical architecture. Its importance is reflected in its status as a Property in Care of Scottish Ministers.

Source: Historic Environment Scotland



RCAHMS records the monument as NN 91 SW 1.


Childe, V. G. and Simpson, W. D. (1961) Illustrated guide to ancient monuments in the ownership or guardianship of The Ministry of Works: vi: Scotland, Edinburgh, 115.

Easson, D. E. (1957) Medieval religious houses in Scotland: with an appendix on the houses in the Isle of Man, London, 187.
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Designation TypeListed Building (A)StatusRemoved

Source: Historic Environment Scotland

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