St Mary's Church, Auchindoir
St Mary's Church at Auchindoir dates from the late 13th Century AD and features fine decorative stonework. The church was remodelled in the early 16th and 17th Centuries and remained in use until the early 19th Century when it was replaced by a new church to the east (now roofless).
It is a simple rectangular plan church with walls surviving to roof height. The east gable is topped by a stone crucifix, the west by a 17th Century bellcote.
Of note is the ornate Norman arched entranceway in the south wall, dating from the 13th Century AD, as well as the unusually-shaped finely carved sacrament house on the inner face of the north wall, dating from the 16th Century. In the south wall are a piscina and aumbry, with another aumbry in the east wall.