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Neil Oliver's new discoveries at Glencoe

To mark Scottish Archaeology Month, we asked our President, Neil Oliver, to travel to Glencoe to hear more about our latest archaeological discoveries there.

KT Tunstall shares her love of Scotland.

Scotland’s very own singer-songwriter took time out from her mini-tour to tell us what she loves about her home country.

7 amazing autumn walks

Looking for an adventure? Here are 7 amazing autumn walks to enjoy.

#LoveOnTheLongestDay

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

Reforesting Glen Rosa

Number 2 in our 100 Ways list is our work to bring native woodland back to Glen Rosa on Arran.

Hop to Brodie Castle for springtime fun

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

Our President on the Box The Hill House Appeal

Trust President, Neil Oliver, tells us why he thinks this appeal to save Mackintosh’s masterpiece is so important.

Passing time with Brodie Castle’s musical clock

This is a spectacular example of a Louis XV wall-mounted cartel clock.

Explore the Hill House

The Hill House in Helensburgh is universally regarded as Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s finest domestic creation.

Blueprint shows heritage how to hook young people

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

A summer of adventure at Isle Be Wild

Children of all ages can now take part in an unforgettable experience at Brodick Castle

Homecoming for historic map

A Chimney Map dating from the 17th century has returned home to Castle Fraser

Wild seascapes

Enjoy the wild seascapes of St Abb’s Head, less than an hour from Edinburgh.

It’s all a bit fiddly in NYC’s Central Park

Listen to a 250-year-old violin associated with Burns being played in Central Park.

Sound archives inspire new Canna installation

Canna sound archives inspire new artwork project

More to explore at Culzean Castle

The Trust is opening up access across the estate and extending the playground.

Prevent Pollok Butler's Poisonous Plans

Country houses are often the best setting for mystery and intrigue.