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Hidden doorway revealed at Culzean caves

Trust archaeologists have uncovered the remains of a medieval doorway leading into the caves underneath Culzean Castle.

Trust welcomes decision to call in Coul Links

Stuart Brooks, Head of Natural Heritage Policy welcomes the Scottish Government’s announcement.

Neil Oliver marks Glencoe’s status as a National Nature Reserve

Trust President Neil Oliver unveiled a plaque at Glencoe, marking its status as a National Nature Reserve.

The doctor will see you now

Project Reveal delves into the medical collections held by the National Trust for Scotland.

Modern-day battle with trees at Culloden

The team at Culloden are tackling the spread of trees at Culloden Moor.

Armistice gardens bloom across Aberdeenshire to mark First World War centenary

White borders have been planted at Trust gardens in the North East to mark 100 years since the end of World War I.

The collection at the edge of the world

Project Reveal goes in search of the National Trust for Scotland’s most remote collection.

Wholly healthy happiness

At number 18 on the Trust’s 100 Ways list is providing wholly healthy happiness.

Inverewe House: phoenix from the ashes

Set among the exotic plants that thrive in Inverewe Garden, this elegant house hasn’t always looked this way.

Public dig uncovers evidence of 17th-century attack at Castle Fraser

More than 400 folk dug into Aberdeenshire’s history this month with our public archaeology events.

Ants farming aphids!

Ranger Roddy came across the amazing sight at Crathes Castle, Garden & Estate of some wood ants ‘farming’ aphids on a young spruce tree.

New life for Newhailes

At number 17 on our 100 Ways list is our plan to revitalise the estate at Newhailes in Musselburgh.

Staffa shines with new archaeological discoveries

Trust dig discovers the first evidence of Bronze Age activity on Staffa.

Trust takes its turn at ‘doing the stair’

We’ve just completed the repair and restoration of the close area of one of Glasgow’s oldest tenement buildings.

Being good neighbours at Buccleuch Street

Number 16 on our 100 Ways list is taking our turn at ‘doing the stair’ at Buccleuch Street.

History retweets itself

We chat to travel bloggers Samantha Grant of The Wee White Dug and Erin Doogan of Beauty Creep about their love of history, creating content and using their membership to explore more of Scotland.

Edinburgh, Lothians & Borders: 4-day itinerary

From Georgian grandeur in Edinburgh’s New Town to a living museum of Victorian printing in Innerleithen, there’s so much to discover in Edinburgh, the Lothians and the Borders.

Tea time at Branklyn Garden

After its introduction last year, the tearoom at Branklyn Garden continues to prosper and provides the perfect opportunity for visitors to enjoy the garden even more.

Cats Gu Leòr – Cats Galore on Canna

A children’s trail on Canna, featuring 12 painted cats, tells the story of the cats of Canna House.

The Highlands: 4-day itinerary

From one of Scotland’s most famous battlefields to its most iconic glen, there’s so much to discover in the Highlands.

Just my type

Team East celebrate the beauty of type at Robert Smail’s Printing Works and reflect on their experiences at Project Reveal.

Major improvements for visitors to Glencoe

The Trust has announced plans to transform the visitor centre at Glencoe, allowing visitors to learn about the world-famous site in a more immersive way.

Building a planning system that works for everyone

Number 15 in the Trust’s 100 Ways list is pushing for improvements to the planning system.

Hornel’s photographic eye and the influence of Japanese photography: part 3

The photographs Edward Atkinson Hornel saw in, and brought back from, Japan had a profound effect on his later paintings.