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Hand holding two small and old metal objects.
17 Apr 2024

New finds at Culloden shed light on intensity of battle

Our archaeologists have found grapeshot and an intriguing buckle at Culloden battlefield.

A view of Culzean Castle seen from the shore below at low tide. Rocks and rock pools are in the foreground, with the castle on the edge of a cliff behind.
16 Apr 2024

A view to remember: introducing Dedicate a View

Find out about a new way to celebrate and remember your loved ones while protecting Scotland’s wild landscapes and historic buildings.

A handwritten fragment of the manuscript for Auld Lang Syne. The words are written in black ink on sepia-coloured paper.
15 Apr 2024

Launch of global access to our Robert Burns Collection

Over 2,500 historic items from our internationally important collections at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum are now available to explore from anywhere in the world.

A long pine tree stands to the right with snow covered mountains in the background against a pale blue sky.
15 Apr 2024

Your Gift in Action – spring 2024

As a charity, the Trust depends on the generosity of our supporters to safeguard the many cherished places in our care.

Pink and white flowers turn upward from branches against a cloudy blue sky.

Plant Journeys blog #1 – Magnolia’s jade-like lustre 

Plant Journeys is a blog series, exploring East Asian plants in the garden of Broughton House.

A view of part of the exterior of Brodick Castle on a cloudy day. A short set of stone steps lead up to a wooden door in a wall, with the main castle to the left.
9 Apr 2024

Drawbridge discovery at Brodick Castle

Evidence indicating that Brodick Castle was protected by an early 17th-century drawbridge has been uncovered.

A diverse group of people standing around a stone structure in a scenic outdoor setting.
3 Apr 2024

Commemorating the 278th anniversary of Culloden

This April, the Trust will mark the 278th anniversary of the Battle of Culloden with a weekend of events.

22 Mar 2024

Plant Journeys: stories of East Asian plants in Hornel’s home and garden

Discover the Plant Journeys exhibition, exploring the cultural significance and rich histories of East Asian plants at Broughton House & Garden.

A plane propellor sits on the grass above three potato sacks

World War II plane propeller discovery sparks investigation on Arran

Propeller blade discovery in a remote part of Arran, thought to be from a World War II plane, has sparked an investigation.