Exploring Scotland

Exploring Scotland

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New research has revealed which of Britain's towns and cities are the most instagrammed spots - with two Scottish ...


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National Wallace Monument 150th anniversary

Today (11 September) marks the 150th anniversary of the National Wallace Monument in Stirling, opened in 1869 to ...


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New Loch Ness DNA findings have been revealed

VisitScotland has today welcomed a DNA investigation into the watery inhabitants of Loch Ness as researchers ...


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Lonely Planet Scottish experiences

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe has been voted the UK's top travel experience in a new list released by Lonely ...


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Jim Clark Motorsport Museum

Formula One legend Sir Jackie Stewart OBE will officially open the new Jim Clark Motorsport Museum in Duns, ...


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The Isle of Eriskay tartan

How genuine are district tartans? Brian Wilton MBE explores the history of district tartan, looking at how many ...


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Actor Billy Boyd visits Culzean Castle

Lord of the Rings star Billy Boyd enjoyed a tour of Culzean Castle and grounds in Ayrshire - watch the video. ...


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Colonsay priory and cross

Helen Webster, co-author of a new guidebook, Scottish Island Bagging – The Walkhighlands Guide to the Islands of ...


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Grampian Transport Museum

Enjoy a visit to a museum you haven’t yet explored with our pick of independent museums around Scotland. ...


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Cabrach whisky country

A project to build a £6.5 million visitor centre in the Cabrach region of Aberdeenshire has received a funding ...


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With so many great things to see and do in the border between Scotland and England, it can be difficult to decide ...


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Mary Queen of Scots statue in its new home at Linlithgow Museum

A well-loved statue of Mary Queen of Scots that stood in a Linlithgow garden has been moved to its new home at the ...


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