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photograph of Newburgh to follow his ancient royal burgh lies on the southern shores of the Firth of Tay and opposite Mugdrum Island, which divides the Firth into the North and South Deeps.
The town, which claims to have been inhabited for more than 1000 years, received its Royal Charter from Alexander III in 1266, at which time it was called the New Burgh beside the Abbey of Lindores.



Newburgh Antiques ollectors of the much prized Wemyss Ware will be delighted to discover that Newburgh Antiques, a well established shop situated in the High Street, specialises in 19th century Scottish pottery, paintings, Mauchline and Tartan Ware. You will also find one of the largest and finest collections of Wemyss Ware in Scotland!



s with most of Scotland's towns and villages, Newburgh has an interesting and often surprising past. Evidence of Kings, Celts, castles and commotions can be found in the area. You can also read about it in our local history, section!

Last Updated April 2000
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