Chris Waddell, Learning Manager at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, discusses his trip to North Carolina to represent the NTS and Robert Burns Birthplace Museum at the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games.
Join us online this October for a talk with NEHGS’ Curator of Special Collections on Brodick Castle’s fascinating history.
Philip Long, chief executive of the National Trust for Scotland, describes the ground-breaking work underway to preserve Mackintosh’s domestic masterpiece The Hill House, as well as examining more broadly this Scottish genius of design.
Phil Long presents an illustrated presentation as he explores an international artistic fascination with Scotland’s landscape, its places, and its history.
Join NTSUSA this April at New York City Tartan Week, returning in person for the first time since 2019. This beloved celebration of Scottish-American culture promises to be extraordinary in scope, talent and turnout.
Join us for a virtual event where we will hear from Scotland’s top ecologist and leading investigative journalists, along with one of the most influential environmentalists in the US, on climate change and the upcoming COP26 UN summit in Glasgow.
The American Scottish Foundation and The American Patrons of the National Library and Galleries of Scotland present a #ScotsinUS conversation on the rare and important manuscripts we are working against the clock to bring home to Scotland.
Culloden and Canna will feature in two programs organized by The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA during the 2021 NYC Tartan Week. Learn more and register today!
The White House Historical Association invites NTSUSA members and friends to connect with them virtually for 66 and 1600, part of its History Happy Hour series.
NTSUSA and OxCamNE will gather on Saturday, January 25th at the Hilton Back Bay, Boston for an evening of poetry, music, highland dancing and dinner.
We’re gathering on October 30th to celebrate the restoration of Boston’s statue of Robert Burns and its return to the Back Bay Fens.
Join us at the Walters Art Musuem in Baltimore for a lecture with NTSUSA executive director Kirstin Bridier. Her lecture is in conjunction with the current exhibition ‘Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glascow Style’.
Join us for an evening of comradeship as we prepare to celebrate the Plymouth 400 historical anniversary.
Discover the vital role archaeology plays in uncovering Scottish history as we take a look at some recent digs at archaeological sites across the country.
Join us on July 18th at New England Historic Genealogical Society with NTS’ Head Archaeologist for a talk on recent finds that have uncovered fascinating Highlands history.
Join us on July 16th at the Nantucket Atheneum with NTS’ Head Archaeologist for a talk on recent finds that have uncovered fascinating Highlands history.
Simon Jones will introduce three of the most remarkable coastal gardens on the British Isles where visionary gardeners have created landscapes of extraordinary natural beauty containing both native and subtropical plants.
NTSUSA and OxCamNE will gather on Saturday, January 26th at the Hilton Back Bay, Boston for an evening of poetry, music, highland dancing and dinner.
We are pleased to co-sponsor The Royal Oak Foundation’s lecture with author Mary Miers.
NTSUSA, The American-Scottish Foundation, and the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of NYC invite you to a talk and reception in celebration of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s 150th birthday.
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