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Countdown to opening for Newhailes storybook playpark

​Weehailes Playpark, Musselburgh’s newest family-friendly visitor attraction is gearing up to welcome its first visitors over the Easter weekend.

A new website for the National Trust for Scotland

The new look of our website is the first glimpse of a fresh visual style that we will be rolling out over the next few months … but this website has more than a pretty face.

Beauty and the beast

It’s like a winter wonderland rather than a beast from the east.

North Walled Garden renovation at Culzean

A project is underway to transform the North Walled Garden at Culzean into a productive and attractive space.

Hop to Brodie Castle for springtime fun

Find out more about the creation of the Playful Garden at Brodie Castle

The Trust goes out of this world!

Nasa’s Mars Curiosity Rover recently visited St Kilda in the Torridon quadrangle.

Small electrical fire extinguished at Craigievar Castle

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service have put out a contained electrical fire at the Aberdeenshire castle

£1 entry to Trust sites for young people

The Trust has teamed up with Young Scot to offer cardholders entry to properties for just £1.

Players helping heritage

The Trust is delighted to have attended the 2018 People’s Postcode Lottery annual Charity Gala where it was announced that £93.4 million was awarded to charities and good causes in 2017 – thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

The devolved Trust evolves

Trust continues plans to improve visitor services and free up funding for conservation

Balharry tribute prize open for entries

The Trust and the University of Highlands and Islands launch a new prize as the Year of Young People begins.

How We'll Save Hill House

How do you solve a century-old problem? Easy – stop the rain.

Golf course sets the wrong course

The National Trust for Scotland has challenged the proposed destruction of a key Highland coastal habitat.

Virtual views for musical instruments

Pianos, guitars and gongs go online

Planning without the people

Culloden Battlefield is one Trust site which is threatened by possible developments

Culloden battles it out at tourism Oscars

Culloden celebrating double win at the Highlands & Islands Tourism Awards.

Meet Brodie’s big bunny

A 6.5-metre bunny dropped in to Brodie Castle as work to build the Playful Garden continues.

Blueprint shows heritage how to hook young people

The report by the Heritage Blueprint group was presented at the AGM in September.

New Trust President in place

Members confirmed archaeologist and broadcaster's appointment at AGM

Wa-Hey for play – new park opens at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Inspired by Burns, Scots Wa-Hey is full of fun features, including a Wee Burns Cottage!

New Trust treasure coming soon

The Trust will launch its newest addition, the Playful Garden at Brodie Castle later this year.

Paralympians launch all abilities trails at Culzean

Their visit marks the completion of a year-long programme of work worth £2.5 million at the Ayrshire estate.

Agreement reached on Glencoe trademark

Cordial and constructive meetings between the Trust and Hilltrek

Trust and Trademarks

Why the Trust uses trademarks as part of its protective measures