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Haddo House

0844 493 2179

An elegant mansion house with Victorian interiors. Open April to October.

Hamilton & Young

0131 558 2555

Finest sterling silver jewellery.

Hill of Tarvit Mansionhouse and Gardens

0844 493 2185

An early twentieth-century family home with collections of furniture and paintings.

Historic Scotland

0131 668 8999

From Jacobites to charging knights, we bring the past to life at attractions across Scotland.


0844 493 2204

A unique villa built for nineteenth-century businessman James Couper. Open April to October.

House of Boyd


The purpose of the Society is to keep alive and perpetuate the Boyd Family, to promote and assist members with their genealogical research and to maintain and perpetuate a genealogical record of the Boyd Family.

House of Dun

0844 493 2144

An eighteenth-century mansion built by Wiliam Adam, open Jun to October.

House of the Binns

0844 493 2124

A living monument to one of Scotland's oldest families, the Dalyells. Open June to September.

J M Barrie's Birthplace

0844 493 2142

The birthplace of Peter Pan author J M Barrie, with an exhibition on his life and works. Open April to October.

Julia Drinkhall Antiques & Interiors

0844 870 9951

Visit us 7 days a week at Rait and Abernyte 10am until 4:30, or alternatively contact Julie between 8am and 8pm to arrange a personal visit or consultation for appraisals, valuations (including probate) and purchases, from single items to full house clearances of Auntiques.

Kelvie Castle & Garden

0844 493 2184

A fourteenth-century castle with magnificent plaster ceilings. Open April to October.

Kilmartin House Museum

01546 510 278

350 ancient monuments are sited within a six-mile radius of the village of Kilmartin, Argyll: 150 of them are prehistoric. Kilmartin House is a world-class centre for archaeology and landscape interpretation which combines a Museum of Ancient Culture and new research facility with a visitor ...

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