Project Reveal Team West has recently started the inventory of the Tenement House, the former home of Miss Agnes Toward. Here, we are able to see a life of an independent Glaswegian working woman in the first half of the 20th century.
Project Reveal goes to the Weaver's Cottage in Kilbarchan, investigating more than 1,000 tartan samples and an intruiging 19th century papier-mâché and wooden doll.
Project Reveal delve into the history of the two infamous cannons at Culzean Castle, as we explore their origins, the narrative around the cannons, and usage during the 20th century.
Project Reveal looks at Holmwood, one of the few surviving buildings designed by Alexander Thompson, an exponent of the Greek Revival style.
Interview with renowned fashion company Mackintosh, which pulls together British Craftsmanship and contemporary design to create the modern-day ‘Mac’ coat we know and love.
Project Reveal North East explore the history of illicit distilling in the Angus glens. The whisky stills of the Angus Folk Museum collection tell us much about the history of Scotland’s most famous export.
Project Reveal head to the House of the Binns to catalog the table where 'Bluidy Tam' is said to have played the devil at cards.
While working at Souter Johnnie's Cottage, Project Reveal Team South-West explore the life and work of an 18th-century shoemaker.
Inside a box, inside a cupboard, inside the Georgian House, Project Reveal uncovers a rare musical treasure.
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.
Read all about the progress of the Project Reveal teams, who have been busy cataloguing and photographing Trust collections for the past six months.
Learn how woman found ways to discreetly communicate in the Victorian era in this Project Reveal blog post from the South West team during their work at Culzean Castle.