Beautifully conserved cottage giving unique insight into rural family life in 19th-century Scotland.
Picturesque mill on the banks of the River Tyne – waterwheel, millpond, doocot and Outlander set.
A grand country house in the heart of Glasgow with an impressive collection of Spanish art.
Atmospheric cottage and hands-on museum where the traditional weaver’s craft comes to life.
An authentic time capsule of life in early 20th-century Glasgow.
Explore life in the countryside at a historic working farm, period farmhouse and museum.
Magnificently restored Edinburgh New Town house with fine collections of paintings, costumes and period furnishings.
One of the oldest buildings on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile boasts fascinating hand-painted Renaissance interiors.
This working water-powered mill is a rare example of Scotland’s industrial heritage.
Oldest working commercial letterpress printers in the UK – a living museum of Victorian history.
Wild mountain landscape with peatlands, moorlands and woodlands, home to black grouse, golden eagles and water voles.
Glorious Shetland islands known for seabird colonies, ‘dratsies’, seals and ponies.
Majestic mountain paradise for hikers, climbers, geologists and nature lovers.
Walk through towering Douglas firs to the folly of Ossian’s Hall, and gaze over the falls.
Volcanic rock columns are home to black guillemots, fulmars, puffins and the magical Fingal’s Cave.
Fragments of the past haunt these islands, now home to the UK’s largest colony of Atlantic puffins.
Breathtaking coastal headland with dramatic cliffs, famed for its seabird colonies.
See nature in all its glory along the trails of one of Scotland’s prettiest stretches of coastline.
Palladian house that played a prominent role in the Scottish Enlightenment.
Eagles soar and dolphins splash around these Hebridean islands, also home to a rare Pictish stone.
Britain’s largest nature reserve and a wildlife wonderland in the heart of the Cairngorms.
Charming riverside walk in the heart of Big Tree Country.
Cradle of Scottish Christianity, surrounded by white sandy beaches and turquoise seas.
One of Scotland’s favourite waterfalls takes a spectacular 60m plunge into the valley below.
Admire stunning views and rugged mountain landscapes from the Isle of Arran’s highest point.
A breathtaking Highland waterfall cuts through Scotland’s wildest countryside.
The most remote inhabited island in the UK, famed for its seabirds and fabulous knitwear.
Picturesque town, full of restored houses, on the banks of the River Tay.
Deep gorges, cascading waterfalls and woodland walks in the Ochil Hills.
Panoramic views stretch out in all directions from the pine-clad summit of this Perthshire hill
Walk across the suspension bridge as the River Droma rushes through a mile-long box canyon below.
Thousands of years of human history share a Hebridean island with 20,000 breeding seabirds.
Golden eagles, red deer and otters inhabit this spectacular peninsula on the Isle of Mull.
Scotland’s most southerly Munro offers spectacular views of Loch Lomond.
Several of Scotland’s highest Munros, teeming with wildlife and much-loved by walkers.
With Skye on the horizon, this traditional Highland crofting estate offers a huge range of outdoor activities.
Childhood home of one of Britain’s most influential thinkers.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s architectural masterpiece turns art into a home.
Home of the shoemaker immortalised by Robert Burns in Tam o’ Shanter.
The world-famous creator of Peter Pan was born in this traditional weaver’s house.
Humble abode of inspirational geologist, folklorist and fossil hunter with a Garden of Wonders.
Stand shoulder to shoulder with Robert the Bruce at The Battle of Bannockburn, the site of his greatest victory
Robert Burns learned to dance and debate in this authentically restored house.
A garden for all seasons and a haven for wildlife, with an osprey-viewing platform and bat reserve.
Bizarre fruit-inspired building set within a woodland full of wildlife.
A celebration of the early life and the enduring legacy of Scotland’s national poet.
Dedicated to the art of dried flower arranging, with an impressive variety of heritage apples.
Re-created Scottish Renaissance walled garden with unique and vibrant floral designs.
Tranquil oasis on the outskirts of Edinburgh, where heritage roses sit alongside 400-year-old yew trees.
Leith Hall is a quirky historic home filled with curios from all over the world.
Rare species thrive in this heritage garden as the effects of the Gulf Stream meet the Highlands.
Peaceful hillside garden and pond tucked away in a charming village.
Family portraits and furnishings from the heart of Scottish history grace the home of the Dalyells.
William Adam’s Georgian house places Baroque extravagance in a spectacular natural setting.
Classical elegance and architectural tricks distinguish Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson’s finest domestic creation
Work, rest and play ‘above’ and ‘below’ stairs in this Edwardian mansion with its own unique golf course.
Discover peace among manicured lawns and scented borders with views across Melrose Abbey.
An elegant and luxurious stately home designed by William Adam with a delightful terrace garden.
A magical 200-year-old walled garden by the River Clyde with adventure playground and floral mini-maze.
Tranquil woodland garden with Himalayan plants and tumbling waterfalls.
The home of ‘Glasgow Boy’ Hornel sits in a Japanese-style garden and hosts an impressive collection of art.
This enchanting hillside garden is a place of pilgrimage for plant-lovers.
Bold colors and fragrant scents bring an exotic touch to this Argyll coastal garden.
Victorian style comes to the fore in fine artworks, ornate plasterwork and an Arts & Crafts garden.
An imposing 800-year-old fortress, with Raeburn portraits on the walls and wildfowl in its loch
A fine Renaissance palace with an extensive formal garden and one of Britain’s oldest tennis courts.
Robert Adam’s cliff-top masterpiece rises above a world of woods, beaches, secret follies and play parks.
Painted ceilings and family portraits distinguish this turreted castle, set among sculpted yew trees and nature trails.
A fairytale setting for a Scottish castle packed with history, armour and art.
One of Scotland’s largest tower houses, with an impressive portrait collection.
Magnificent turreted castle with over 400 varieties of daffodil.
Gardens, woodland, waterfalls and a castle packed with treasures make this a must-visit on Arran.
Large fortified tower boasts lavish interiors where kings and queens once wandered.
Exceptional and remote mountain scenery with lochs, glens and the magnificent ridge of the Five Sisters.
Magnificent wooded river gorge where one of the goriest battles in Jacobite history took place.
Moving tribute to those who died fighting the Jacobite cause, framed by dramatic Highlands scenery.
Dramatic mountains, rare beauty and haunting history in the heart of the Highlands.
Jacobite tales whisper through the medieval grand hall of this castle.
Powerfully emotive and atmospheric battlefield where the 1745 Jacobite Rising came to a tragic end.
Step into the past along the cobbled streets of a picturesque village with its own ochre-coloured palace.
An urban oasis with woodland walks and beautiful plants in all seasons, close to Glasgow’s Southside suburbs
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