A closer look at Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh, wife and collaborator to Glasgow's iconic master designer and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
$90,000 was raised from donors across America to support restoration of the Walled Garden at Culzean Castle in Ayrshire
Culzean, an iconic Scottish castle, is home to the Eisenhower Apartment. Yes, that’s Army General and President of the United States Eisenhower!
Interview with Kirsten Dallas, the Trust's first appointed Countryside Ranger Apprentice, about her work and the apprentice program.
From Bonnie Prince Charlie to the Half-Blood Prince, the Jacobites to Harry Potter - Glenfinnan has a lot going on!
Alan Rowan, author of "Moonwalker" gives an interview about his book as well as stories of being up the Munros in the middle of the night.
Nearly $500,000 in conservation grants were made in fiscal year 2016 - a 55% increase over the previous year.
Falkland Palace is home to the oldest tennis court in Britain where Mary Queen of Scots used to enjoy a game or two!
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of St Kilda as the UK’s only World Heritage site listed for both its cultural and natural heritage, read more about the ‘Love our Islands’ campaign and how you can get involved.
Our brand new Marketing Communications intern Lauren has finally arrived to join us all the way from Scotland!
Scenic hiking at Trust properties with spectacular views of the Scottish landscape.
The places that spark imagination, engage the senses, and inspire legends.