Open

Most of our places are now open. Find a place to visit near you.

All stories

Showing 153 results for News. Clear filter
14 Sep 2021

The Duke of Rothesay encounters Scotland’s rural past

Our Patron, His Royal Highness The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay was greeted by over 100 guests at House of Dun near Montrose earlier today.

10 Sep 2021

Trust’s Royal Patron at the birthplace of Burns

This week we welcomed our Patron, HRH The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay and Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Rothesay on their first visit to Burns Cottage in Ayrshire.

7 Sep 2021

Scallop shell moth beds in at Inverewe

The exquisitely patterned scallop shell moth, which is rare to Scotland, has been spotted at Inverewe Garden for the first time.

6 Sep 2021

The power of gifts in Wills

As we mark Remember a Charity Week (6–12 September) we will be celebrating all that we love about our places, and reflecting on how the support of gifts in Wills has enabled so much of our work to happen.

3 Sep 2021

Our Glencoe turf house is taking shape

See how our replica 17th-century turf house build at Glencoe is going.

27 Jul 2021

Conservation coos at Culloden

Meet the latest recruits helping to conserve Culloden Battlefield.

8 Jul 2021

Newly acquired painting now on display at Fyvie Castle

A portrait that was always intended to hang at Fyvie Castle has been put on display by the Trust, over 100 years after it was commissioned.

3 Jul 2021

Doors open on re-Dun attraction in North East

Discover how we’re telling the stories of Angus, its people and landscape in a fresh and innovative way at House of Dun in Montrose.

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.