On behalf of all of us at The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA, thank you for stopping by our booth at the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games.
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.
George Russell has completed his epic cycle across America! Learn more about his journey and fundraising efforts for the international Save Our Scotland campaign.
Spring has arrived on the Isle of Canna and the team has offered news of all their work to care for the beloved island, home to valuable Gaelic archives.
An historic violin with links to Robert Burns is being taken on a tour of the US in January 2020, as part of celebrations for the Scottish poet’s birthday.
We’re delighted to share a special message of thanks from Outlander star Sam Heughan who helped drive donations with his vocal support of preserving this historic site.
The award will be presented at the thirteenth annual A Celebration of Scotland’s Treasures gala this April.
The multi-year project to restore the classical-style monument to Robert Burns in his hometown is now complete, with significant support coming from Americans.
WSJ Magazine explores the Trust’s conservation intervention at Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s iconic domestic masterpiece.
Proceeds will restore the baroque fountain at Culzean Castle, once known as President Eisenhower’s ‘Scottish White House’.
We have partnered with NTS on an international campaign that will raise funds to save the mill featured in ‘Outlander’.
The garden will be formally dedicated on Saturday, December 22, to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103.
We are thrilled to share the news that David Ross, NTS USA’s official photographer, was honored recently in London with the Historic Photographer of the Year Award (ancient history category).
NTS has made significant progress with the Percy Cane garden restoration at Falkland Palace over the last two seasons. Learn more about how support from across the United States has made a difference to this important project.
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.
Endurance Athlete and Philanthropist Mark Beaumont BEM and Architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Read all about the progress of the Project Reveal teams, who have been busy cataloguing and photographing Trust collections for the past six months.
Thinking inside the box to rescue Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House, an internationally recognized icon of early modern architecture.
Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns will be honored with the Great Scot Award at the 10th annual ‘A Celebration of Scotland’s Treasures’ gala
$90,000 was raised from donors across America to support restoration of the Walled Garden at Culzean Castle in Ayrshire
Nearly $500,000 in conservation grants were made in fiscal year 2016 – a 55% increase over the previous year.
We have met an anonymous challenge to support the restoration of the historic Percy Cane-designed garden at Falkland Palace.
2015 marks the 15th year of grant making for the NTSUSA
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