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Exciting new exhibition at Inverewe’s Sawyer Gallery

Opening on July 21st at the Trust Inverewe’s Sawyer Art Gallery is a new exhibition by sculptor Ann Coomber, with a newly created and carve sculpture inspired by Inverewe.

Edinburgh & South East - summer events

We have events all across Edinburgh and the South East to keep the whole family entertained this summer.

Hornel’s photographic eye and the influence of Japanese photography: part 1

A trip to Japan in 1893, and exposure to photography there, changed Edward Atkinson Hornel’s entire approach to painting.

Fife - summer events

We have events all across Fife to keep the whole family entertained this summer.

Ayrshire - summer events

We have events all across Ayrshire to keep the whole family entertained this summer.

Aberdeenshire: 3-day itinerary

From a garden masterpiece in Ellon to a fairytale castle in Alford, there’s so much to discover in Aberdeenshire.

Chris Packham shares his love of Scotland

Chris Packham, naturalist and wildlife presenter, has recently embarked on a new campaign.

Bringing play to Brodie

Number 13 on the Trust’s 100 Ways list is a garden with a difference – discover Brodie Castle’s Playful Garden.

Photography on the edge: Part 1

Photographs of St Kilda in the Trust collections reveal tourists hungry to ‘experience’ the ‘primitive’ life of the islanders.

Tree and bat surveys at Inverewe

Conservation volunteers help survey trees and bats across the estate at Inverewe.

Chris Packham’s UK Bioblitz – nature reserves are not enough!

On Saturday 14 July, naturalist and wildlife presenter Chris Packham embarks on a new campaign: a huge Bioblitz, visiting almost 50 sites in all 4 countries of the UK in just 10 days.

Marvellous marquetry

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

Aberdeenshire - summer events

We have events all across Aberdeenshire to keep the whole family entertained.

Elevating the experience at Inverewe

Number 12 on the Trust’s 100 Ways list is an exciting addition to beautiful Inverewe Garden.

Summing up species

At number 11 on our 100 Ways list is the work we do to monitor Scotland’s wildlife.

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

A ‘Hollywood blockbuster’ castle

Travel writer Robin McKelvie and family discover all that a ‘proper’ castle, Crathes, has to offer.

Evolution of a Trailblazer leader

With our Trailblazer programmes about to start for the season, we caught up with Lucy Buchanan, who has made the journey from participant to leader.

Help us to avoid wildfires this summer

Top tips for preventing wildfires at Trust places

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.


​On Thursday 21 June, we asked you to show us what you did to #LoveOnTheLongestDay of the year.

Going wild at Leith Hall

At number 10 in the Trust’s 100 Ways list is a project to get school pupils involved in planting wildflowers in Aberdeenshire.

Glasgow: 2-day itinerary

From a peaceful urban oasis to an early 20th-century time capsule, there’s so much to discover in Glasgow.