Held annually on the frisr Sunday and Monday of August, the Turriff Show is the largest 2 day agricultural show in Scotland. Famed for its livestock and horse exhibitions, there are also many other interesting things to see and over 250 trade stalls.
This year saw the 140th edition of this show which attracts exhibitors and spectators from all over Scotland and beyond.
During the 2 days the town really buzzes with excitement, before once again returning to normality.
The ruins of a very early church. The bellcote still on view dates back to 1635.
There are old tombstones and for the morbid there are plenty of old gravestones in the churchyard full of historical data.
The Fife Arms Hotel is a country Inn built in 1770 and overlooks the market Place of Turriff.
This became famous as the location of a riot in November 1913 when an attempt was made to sell the "Turra Coo" a white cow that had been seized from a local farmer for non-payment of National Insurance contributions.
Eventually the cow was purchased by the towns people and presented back to the farmer - the cow living on to a ripe old age.
The museum has a permanent display of local history, including many old photos of the town.
One of the locals is always on hand to give you a free guided tour, but brush up on your Scottish dialect first though!
The Mercat Cross, Turriff was originally erected in 1512. It signified the right to have a market in the town. The cross was replaced by the current 20ft. high red sandstone structure in 1865.