Discover the vital role archaeology plays in uncovering Scottish history as we take a look at some recent digs at archaeological sites across Scotland.
Exploring a surprising connection between Scotland's Declaration of Arbroath and the American Declaration of Independence.
From tossing the caber to dancing and bagpipes, the Highland Games are an event to be enjoyed by all.
From the Weaver's Cottage just south of Glasgow to Harris Tweed in the Outer Hebrides, learn how Scotland's rich weaving heritage is being preserved.
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.
A humble spice caddy found at House of Dun has a fascinating story to tell about the role of women in shaping attitudes toward the British Empire.
After a successful international fundraising campaign, work to repair the water wheel at Preston Mill is underway!
The Lorimer family is remembered for its lineage of successful male artists: Robert, John Henry and Hew. We're turning our attention to the achievements of their multi-talented female relative, Hannah Lorimer.
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'.