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23 Jun 2021

The Bark of Ayrshire

We recently welcomed some exciting visitors to The Twa Dogs, a new bronze sculpture at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.

23 Jun 2021

Crathes Garden blog #2: a global perspective

Join our expert garden guide for a behind-the-scenes look at what the team have been working on in the garden at Crathes in June.

22 Jun 2021

The feast day of St Columba

Enjoy some images and sounds from Canna related to Cholm Cille (St Columba) to mark his 1,500th birthday in 2021.

21 Jun 2021

Greenbank parterre garden

Thanks to the Friends of Greenbank Garden, we’ve been able to replant our parterre garden with some amazing bulbs.

16 Jun 2021

A royal message in our summer magazine

We are delighted and honoured that our Patron, HRH The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay, has written the welcome letter for our summer members’ magazine.

16 Jun 2021

Hester Bateman – British silversmith and entrepreneur (1709–94)

We take a look at the life and legacy of one of Britain’s most famous female silversmiths.

14 Jun 2021

Edinburgh’s Pantry: herring, haggis and hucksters

This is the second in a series of articles that highlights the food and drink to be found in Edinburgh’s pantries of the past. This time we take a look at meat and fish.

14 Jun 2021

Burg’s beautiful slender Scotch burnet moth

Join our ranger to find out more about this fascinating creature.

11 Jun 2021

Why we love the Tenement House

Join Ana Sanchez for a glimpse into life in the Tenement House in Glasgow at the beginning of the 20th century.