Recommended Sources
The National Trust for Scotland
The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS)
Archaeology Scotland
Council for British Archaeology (CBA)
Historic Scotland (HS)
English Heritage (EH)
National Archives of Scotland
National Records of Scotland
National Library of Scotland
Young Archaeologists' Club (YAC)
Education Scotland (archaeology project)

The National Trust for Scotland is Scotland's leading conservation charity and is supported by its membership, now a quarter of a million strong. It receives no Government funding. The NTS cares for over 120 historic sites (from castles to cottages to countryside) including mountain areas significant for both their cultural and natural history, such as Ben Lawers. The task of the Trust, set out in various Acts of Parliament, is to act as a guardian, to promote the care of the nation's heritage of architectural, scenic and historic sites, and encourage everyone's enjoyment of them.

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