We're offering a one-hour film designed to bring magnificent gardens of Scotland to American garden clubs and their members from the comfort of their own homes.
Many of you responded to the Save Our Scotland appeal over the summer 2020 and thanks to that generosity we're making a real difference.
More than 3,000 people responded to our Culloden 300 consultation last year, which aimed to find out how people wanted the site to look in 2046.
January 2021 marks the 220th anniversary of the first Burns Supper at Burns Cottage, and for the first time ever it will be live streamed around the world.
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.
American philanthropists responded to the Trust's call for support after it was reported that The Pineapple had suffered vandalism in September 2020.
George Russell has completed his epic cycle across America! Learn more about his journey and fundraising efforts for the international Save Our Scotland campaign.
We’re famous for stately homes and historic buildings. But we do so much more than that. Here are just 10 ways we protect Scotland’s heritage and boost local communities every day.
The restoration of Holmwood's original designs is both a celebration of 'Greek' Thomson and traditional craftsmanship.
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.
The Trust is working with Historic Environment Scotland to digitally document and map Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Hill House.
Visit some of your favorite places in Scotland from the comfort of your next virtual meeting!
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