We look after nearly 70 gardens and designed landscapes, nurturing and conserving these spectacular treasures for you to enjoy today and in future years.Donate now »
We have now raised over ï¿½130,000 towards our Gardens and Designed Landscapes fund, including over ï¿½45,000 earmarked for Inverewe's shelterbelt. Your donation today will go towards protecting and supporting the beautiful gardens in our care, where they need it most.
You can also set up a Direct Debit to support this appeal - please call us on 0844 493 2100 if you'd like to set up a Direct Debit.
The Footpath Fund
Donate to The Footpath Fund to protect Scotland's mountains and wild landscapes from erosion.Learn more » Donate now »
With 1.2 million visitors to our outdoor properties every year, path repair is an essential element to preserve the natural beauty of Scotland's hills and mountains.
Donate today and your gift will go towards some of Scotland's most spectacular landscapes such as Torridon, Glencoe, Ben Lawers, Ben Lomond and Goatfell.
You can also set up a Direct Debit to support our footpath work - £6 a month (over 12 months) will help repair two metres of footpath. Please call us on 0844 493 2100 if you'd like to set up a Direct Debit.
Your gift will be used to support all of the properties in our care through our General Fund. Donations to this fund are used wherever the Trust needs them the most. This means we can react quickly to changes in circumstances, carry out essential projects and offer vital support to our properties when they need it most.Donate now »
Your donation could be used to carry out important conservation work, support our conservation volunteers or invest in our education program for learners of all ages.
As you can imagine, the demands made on this fund are considerable, so we really appreciate and value your support.
Keep the Blunderbuss at Culloden
For visitors to Culloden Visitor Centre, the gun is one of a small group of objects from the battlefield with powerful associations, providing a tangible link to the past. This item of national significance deserves to be shown where it can be appreciated - at Culloden Visitor Centre.Donate now »
The blunderbuss is inscribed ‘Taken at the battle of CULLODEN 16 April 1746 by Captain John Goodenough with 18 balls in it’. It has been on display at Culloden Battlefield on loan from William Keith Neal Foundation and with your help we can keep it at Culloden where it belongs.
Boasting a 16th century castle, a world-famous collection of artefacts, spectacular gardens and a dramatic setting against breath-taking wild natural heritage, Brodick Castle and Country Park is an exceptional and very special place.Learn more » Donate now »
Your donation today will help Brodick keep its collections looking their best, ensuring they remain for future generations to enjoy and treasure.
Protect Crathes Castle, Garden and Estate
Fairytale-like turrets, gargoyles of fantastic design and the ancient Horn of Leys given in 1323 by Robert the Bruce are just a few of the features of this historic castle, near Banchory, Aberdeenshire. But without essential blinds and UV films, Crathes’ unique and priceless collections are at risk from the damaging effects of sunlight.Learn more » Donate now »
By donating today, you can help ensure current and future generations continue to be captivated by Crathes Castle’s magnificent collections.
Culloden was the scene of last major battle on mainland Britain and is historically important in local, national and international terms. The 18th century original farmhouse of Leanach Cottage survived the battle and has been restored several times. But the heather-thatched roof on Leanach Cottage is in urgent need of repair, requiring very traditional specialised care and skill.Learn more » Donate now »
By donating today, you can help keep Culloden an authentic experience and keep traditional skills alive for future generations.
Protect Falkland Palace
Falkland Palace, set in the heart of Falkland Conservation Village, was residence to one of Scotland’s most famous historical figures, Mary Queen of Scots. Now visitors can appreciate the beauty of 17th century tapestries, elaborate painted ceilings and antique furnishings. Continual investment is required in order to protecting the majestic collections and history of Falkland Palace.Learn more » Donate now »
It’s through donations that we can maintain Falkland Palace’s wonderful collections for current and future generations.
Glencoe is one of Scotland’s most iconic and dramatic landscapes. However, this natural beauty brings its own challenges. Constant maintenance and care is required to fight the effects of challenges like river bank erosion, upland erosion caused by thousands of visitors to our mountain tops and degraded heath and woodland caused by years of overgrazing. We have an ongoing program of river bank erosion monitoring, a team working to repair hill paths and heather and woodland regeneration projects across the property to combat all of these challenges.Learn more » Donate now »
With your help, Glencoe's landscape won’t be swept away. Your donation can help keep Glencoe a majestic destination for current and future generations.
Greenbank Garden is a tranquil celebration of the art of gardening. Set in the grounds of a Grade-A listed Georgian House and less than a mile from a busy Glasgow suburb, Greenbank provides ample inspiration for gardeners, whilst a wander through the soaring beeches and the woodland walks will relax and refresh the spirit. However, it is becoming a challenge to keep the garden paths in an adequate condition and work needs to be undertaken to find a solution to path repair.Learn more » Donate now »
Your donation will help Greenbank keep its paths open, so this garden oasis can be appreciated for generations to come.
Protect The Hill House
The Hill House is Scottish architect Charles Rennie MacKintosh’s domestic masterpiece, overlooking Helensburgh on the west coast of Scotland. Unfortunately the external surfacing work suffers from moisture that is at risk of affecting this unique property and its collections. The NTS is now devising a new repair approach to protect not just Mackintosh’s magnificent external designs but also to protect Hill House’s important interiors and collections.Learn more » Donate now »
Your donation will help us fund The Hill House’s vitally important conservation effort, ensuring Mackintosh’s designs continue to inspire future generations.
A lush, tropical oasis perched on a peninsula at the edge of Loch Ewe amid the rugged landscape of Wester Ross, this world-famous historic garden is one of Scotland’s most popular botanical attractions. Inverewe’s diverse plants flourish here, despite the northerly latitude, thanks to the warm currents of the Gulf Stream and the foresight of its founder, Osgood Mackenzie, who planted over 100 acres of woodland to shelter the garden.Learn more » Donate now »
Your donation will help build shelters sympathetic to the environment and new glasshouses which will enhance visitor enjoyment and keep this unique garden beautiful for current and future generations.
Protect Pitmedden Garden
In the stunning Great Garden of Pitmedden, thousands of colourful annual bedding plants make up an elaborate summer spectacle. Pitmedden’s 17th century Walled Garden set in its original designed landscape is rarity in Scotland - but these walls don’t stand up by themselves. Maintaining these Grade A listed walls is a costly but essential task. Specialist stonemasons, of whom there are very few, are vital to ensuring Pitmedden’s wonderful gardens are repaired, as and when required.Learn more » Donate now »
It’s your donation that helps keep Pitmedden’s walls standing in good condition for current and future generations.
Protect Threave Estate
Set within the 647 hectares (1,600 acres) of Threave Estate, the 18th century Kelton Mains farmhouse is the oldest building on Threave Estate. Refurbishment of this farmhouse is an essential task, but costly too. External repairs to the farmhouse were completed in early 2013, and internal restoration work is now required to bring it back into use as accommodation for families, educational groups and volunteers visiting the nature reserve.Learn more » Donate now »
Your donation can help build the future of Kelton Mains, keeping the history of the estate alive for current and future generations.
Wild Scotland Appeal
The Wild Scotland Appeal funds projects that conserve Scotland's native and rare species in the wild. This year, we need your help to fund protected species like our red squirrels, Scottish wildcats and Highland bats. A £40 donation would help us to build a new home for a bat, and £250 will buy us a new trail camera to survey red squirrels and other wildlife.Learn more » Donate now »