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.
George Russell cycles across America in a fundraising challenge to support the National Trust for Scotland's Save Our Scotland emergency appeal.
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!
While work has been temporarily suspended, the project has reached important milestones toward completion and will resume as soon as it is safe to do so.
Robert Burns’s poem, 'The Twa Dogs', will be brought to life in sculpture by artist Sally Matthews for the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.
Guest writer John King Bellassai on remembering and celebrating the many contributions made by Scots and Scottish-Americans.
The painted ceilings at Crathes Castle have inspired Trustee, Anthony MacLaurin to commission a bit of Scotland for his home in Vermont.
A Hug of Heather for your Valentine, and a Hug of Heather for Glencoe. Your gift will help protect an important piece of Scottish history.
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.