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Mairi Sawyer’s game pie

Food blogger Claire Jessiman re-invents a venison-based classic from Inverewe.

Scottish Tree Festival 2019

Come along to our beautiful gardens this autumn and discover some of Scotland’s most spectacular trees.

Mindfulness matters

At number 82 on our 100 Ways list, we’re recognising that mindfulness matters and so we’re hosting a number of mindfulness events at our places.

Great autumn and winter getaways

Enjoy a treat for the senses this autumn and winter. Take a well-earned break with us and enjoy Scotland at its glorious, vibrant and tranquil best!

Great bakes from around the Trust

To celebrate Scottish Food and Drink Fortnight (and the return of the Great British Bake Off 2019), try baking these traditional Scottish recipes from our places.

Mairi Sawyer’s chocolate cake

Baking blogger Claire Jessiman revives an Inverewe favourite.

Scottish scones at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

The baker at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum has created some delicious and unconventional scone recipes, inspired by traditional Scottish ingredients. Try baking these at home or pop along to Alloway to see what’s on offer today.

Mairi Sawyer’s raspberry jam

To celebrate the Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight, food blogger Claire Jessiman tackles an unusual jam recipe.

Geilston Garden summer and autumn highlights

Discover the many highlights of the gorgeous Geilston Garden this summer and autumn.

Pawsitively pooch-friendly

At number 70 on our 100 Ways list, we provide fun for all the family, including our four-legged companions.

Chance to discover Culzean Castle’s subterranean secrets

Our weekly guided tours of the caves are a must-see summer attraction and reveal Culzean’s colourful history.

Enchanting outdoor theatre across Scotland

Outdoor theatre shows to suit every taste are taking place across the country. Don't miss out!

A Grey Mare’s Tale

Hard work? Fun? Volunteer Stuart tells us all about his experiences on his first Thistle Camp!

Partnering with Paxton House

At number 74 on our 100 Ways list, we've teamed up with Paxton House to offer National Trust for Scotland members free entry to this beautiful Palladian mansion.

Trolley-loads of adventure with Lidl

At number 63 on our 100 Ways list is joining forces with Lidl to get families exploring Scotland and enjoying its national and natural treasures.

7 spectacular cycle routes in Scotland

Looking for an unforgettable cycling adventure? Get on your bike and discover these amazing routes across Scotland!

Scottish Rhododendron Festival 2019

Come along to our gardens and enjoy spectacular rhododendron displays.

Free reopening weekend across Dumfries & Galloway

Enjoy a fabulous free weekend this month at Threave Garden & Estate, Broughton House & Garden and Thomas Carlyle’s Birthplace.

The Burns Supper

Everything you need to know about the Burns Supper.

Snowdrops at Branklyn

Discover the full range of snowdrops to see at Branklyn Garden this winter.

Hosting helpful holidays

At number 41 on our 100 Ways list is hosting helpful holidays – we’re giving thousands of holidaymakers the chance to have a conservation-filled break in some of Scotland’s most beautiful locations.

A warm Highland welcome awaits you this winter – and all year round!

Wonderful landscapes, wildlife, walks and cosy places to warm up in – many of the Trust’s places in the Highlands stay open all year round to make your visit even more memorable.

Open for winter

Winter need not be the stay-at-home season. Make the most of the shorter days with our helpful guide to what’s open this winter 2019-20.

The sale of the season

Drum Castle hosts a live auction to celebrate the fabulously popular exhibition – Marian Clayden: Dressing Up Drum.