In this edition of Saltire Scholar Eilidh’s blog series, she describes her experiences at two of the Trust’s Castles in the North-East of Scotland.
Follow in Queen Victoria’s footsteps, experience the powerfully moving Culloden Moor, and take in the stunning vistas of the Cairngorms National Park.
Hanging on the wall of the Red Drawing Room at Brodie Castle, just beside the spiral staircase, is a spectacular example of a Louis XV wall-mounted cartel clock.
25 team members, 25 favorite objects from the project: this is the Project Reveal Advent, Part 1.
An intriguing key with a fairy tale-like inscription – ‘mahogany box, golden telescope’ – was recently discovered at Brodie Castle. What will it open?
From the nickname ‘mother’s ruin’ to William Hogarth’s famous 18th-century print Gin Lane, the classic British tipple of gin hasn’t always enjoyed the reputation that it has today.
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