Treasures of Scotland

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10 Treasures of Scotland


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  1. Craigievar Castle 1

    Craigievar Castle

    If fairytales were real, all castles would look like Craigievar

    Don’t miss: the rare Jacobean woodwork and impressive old armour

  2. Robert Smail’s Printing Works 2

    Robert Smail’s Printing Works

    A gem of printing history and a working letterpress printers

    Don’t miss: the chance to test your own skills at typesetting

  3. The Hill House 3

    The Hill House

    Charles Rennie Mackintosh's domestic masterpiece on a grand scale

    Don’t miss: Margaret Macdonald’s sensual ‘sleeping princess’ gesso panel above the drawing room fireplace

  4. J M Barrie’s Birthplace 4

    J M Barrie’s Birthplace

    Birthplace of the creator of Peter Pan

    Don’t miss: the original costumes from the first production of Peter Pan

  5. Newhailes 5


    Palladian house with sumptuous decorative details and surrounding woodlands

    Don’t miss: the mysterious shell grotto, which used to be encrusted with thousands of shells and sparkling stones

  6. Weaver’s Cottage 6

    Weaver’s Cottage

    A hands-on museum where the traditional weaver's craft comes to life

    Don’t miss: the pretty cottage garden, where plants can be seen that were used to make fabric dyes

  7. Drum Castle 7

    Drum Castle, Garden & Estate

    700 years of history with stalwart battlements and a Jacobean mansion house

    Don’t miss: the Garden of Historic Roses, with over 200 varieties

  8. Inverewe 8


    Discover a world of wonderful botanicals on the west coast shores of Loch Ewe

    Don’t miss: Scotland’s ‘Big 5’ – red squirrels, red deer, otters, seals and golden eagles

  9. Brodie Castle 9

    Brodie Castle

    Ancestral home of Clan Brodie, with an outstanding art collection and magnificent library

    Don’t miss: the letter sent by Robert the Bruce about the chief of Clan Brodie’s argument with monks who lived nearby

  10. Royal Burgh of Culross 10

    Royal Burgh of Culross

    One of the most picturesque villages in Scotland with cobbled streets and an ochre-coloured palace

    Don’t miss: the fresh seasonal herbs, fruit and vegetables in the organic palace garden