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September 25, 2017

The Stoats Creepy Crawl Brings Spooktacular Family Fun This Halloween

    This Halloween looks set to be spookier than ever thanks to a brand new event from the National Trust for Scotland and Stoats. Scotland’s largest conservation charity and the oats company have...

The Stoats Creepy Crawl Brings Spooktacular Family Fun This Halloween

    This Halloween looks set to be spookier than ever thanks to a brand new event from the National Trust for Scotland and Stoats. Scotland’s largest conservation charity and the oats company have teamed up to create The Stoats Creepy Cr ...

Music from Scotland: Capercaillie

    Capercaillie: back in high school, accordion and keyboard player Donald Shaw and singer Karen Matheson decided to start a band, which they named after the western grouse native to their part of Scotland. As the band biography says, it's ...

Art, Architecture, and Glasgow: Mackintosh, Scotland with Style

    Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Is his name is familiar?  Mackintosh, who lived in the late nineteenth through to early twentieth century, was an architect, artist, and designer. During his life, his work went in and out of favor. Ne ...

Family Travel Tip: Isle Be Wild at Brodick Castle, Arran

    A fantastic new play experience for younger visitors to the National Trust for Scotland’s Brodick Castle and Country Park opens on 1 July, as the summer holidays begin. Isle Be Wild takes its inspiration from Arran’s rich natural her ...

Musicians Raise the Roof at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

    Two Scottish acts are preparing for this year’s Upside Doon music festival by playing a surprise gig on the roof of the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. Talented singer-songwriter Colin Hunter and acclaimed six-piece Have Mercy Las Ve ...

Exploring the History of the Antonine Wall at Glasgow Museum

      It ran from the mouth of the Clyde, where Glasgow is today, across Scotland to the Firth of Forth where Edinburgh now stands. A wall of turf and rock, at a shade under twelve feet or three and half meters, it was  about t ...

Scotland and Ireland Connect in Music

Ireland and Scotland -- there are just as many connections between the two countries as there are differences. One place those can be explored and enjoyed is through music, both from traditions of the past and work of present day singers, songwriters, and ...

Visiting Edinburgh? Be Sure to See These Four Museums

Edinburgh is a small city with a lot of museums, including several large, well-known ones, like its National Portrait Gallery, and many small ones that are easy to see in an hour or two, like the Museum on the Mound (where you can see a one-million-pound n ...

Sir John Lavery's Pergola latest masterpiece to go on display at Georgian Mansion

    'Glasgow Boy' Heads to Banff  A painting by highly acclaimed post-impressionist and 'Glasgow Boy' Sir John Lavery has gone on public display in the UK for the first time since the 1940s. The Pergola is now being e ...

Trust's horrible histories make Halloween magic

        Scary stories, ghoulish ghost tours and wyrd walks for all ages will make the National Trust for Scotland's atmospheric castles, gardens and woodlands the place to hang out this Halloween.   The conservation c ...

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