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The story of Scotland is told through its places, from the sweeping vistas of the Highlands to the humble cottage where Robert Burns was born. These places connect us to the past and provide inspiration for our future.

At NTSUSA, we are privileged to help the National Trust for Scotland care for many of Scotland’s most incredible places – the majestic landscapes, glorious gardens, and architectural treasures that tell the story of the natural forces and people who shaped this spectacular corner of our world.

Administrative Update around COVID-19

Due to the ongoing public health emergency, the NTSUSA office is open for limited hours and staff continue to work remotely. We ask for your patience and understanding as we process gifts and memberships in as timely a manner as possible. Please do not hesitate to contact executive director Kirstin Bridier at kbridier@ntsusa.org or 617-227-7500 at any time if we can be of assistance.

Technology Aids Conservation at Hill House

The Trust is working with Historic Environment Scotland to digitally document and map Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House. Learn more about how this technology is making an impact at the property and at heritage sites across the world.

Partners

Scottish Heritage USA

Enhancing the bonds of ancestral and national character between the peoples of Scotland and North America by furthering the exchange of ideas and connections between our two countries.

The Macallan

The Macallan is one of the world’s most awarded and admired single malts. This peerless reputation has been built by the commitment of The Masters of Spirit and Wood, the craftsmen at the heart of The Macallan since it was legally licensed in 1824. Their unfaltering obsession with selecting exceptional oak casks and distilling sublime spirits brings an unsurpassed, timeless quality to The Macallan.

Secrets of a Shrine

This three-part series uncovers the mysteries of a 200 year-old monument to Robert Burns.

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