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It’s time for the winter deep clean

Every winter deep cleans take place across the Trust, and Kellie Castle is now in the final year of its 5-year deep clean cycle.

Nothing revealing to say

Mark Bishop, Director of Customer & Cause at the Trust, recently got to experience at first hand the work of Project Reveal.

Hill House ready for ‘Box’ construction

Mackintosh’s Hill House is now wintered and ready for construction of the Box to start this month.

Lecture shares secrets of Project Reveal

Find out more about Project Reveal at a special lecture this November.

For auld lang syne

As the South West Project Reveal team approach the end of our involvement in the project, we’d like to look back over the last 15 months.

Drying out water damage

At number 27 on our 100 Ways list is the recovery work we’re doing at Newhailes House after flood damage.

Architecture inspires art at Kellie Castle

Project Reveal takes a look at the elaborate ceilings at Kellie Castle and the artwork they inspired.

Lights, camera, upload

A look at how the Project Reveal photographers capture images of the Trust’s collections and link them to our database.

Changing Rooms at Pollok House

The interiors at Pollok have been repeatedly redisplayed over the last 20 years. Our photography collection helps document these changes.

Lady Mary Pierrepont

Revealing the story behind an often-overlooked painting of a remarkable woman

Stay away from the trapdoor!

There are hidden delights, not creepy horrors, to be found in the Gallery at Broughton House.

Into the heart of Angus’s agricultural past

Shining a light on the Angus Folk Museum’s agricultural collections.

Getting into the bones of Barry Mill with novel event

Author Sandra Ireland will read from her new novel at Barry Mill next month.

The doctor will see you now

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

The collection at the edge of the world

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

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.

Just my type

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

Photography on the Edge: Part 3

Tourists to St Kilda frequently held patronising views about the islanders, much to the irritation of the St Kildans.

Project Reveal – One year on and 12 months of progress

To celebrate the first anniversary of Project Reveal, we’ve chosen a selection of images which illustrate the diverse range of objects in the Trust’s collections.

The spirit of the age

Project Reveal’s West Team discover the delights of the Weaver’s Cottage collection.

Marvellous marquetry

The Dunfermline dressing room in Fyvie Castle boasts a fabulous collection of marquetry furniture.

Digging deep to ‘Reveal’ the Trust's archaeological treasures

Natasha Ferguson, Lead Inventory Officer – Archaeology, tells us about her role and how it’s supporting the management of the Trust’s archaeology collections

The Falkland Bed

A favourite with staff, volunteers and visitors alike, the elaborately carved Falkland Bed is a must-see when visiting Falkland Palace.

Capturing the summer solstice

On the longest day of the year, we went out to photograph our members, volunteers and visitors enjoying the summer solstice.