ScotlandMuseums and Galleries

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Fettercairn Distillery

Fettercairn distillery has been in operation since 1824, making it one of Scotland's oldest malt whisky distilleries

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B

Glencoe & North Lorn Folk Museum

The Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum tells the story of the MacDonalds and the Glencoe Massacre, and has some interesting items on display.

Photo - Glencoe & North Lorn Folk Museum

C

Glencoe Visitor Centre

Nestling into the landscape at the foot of the glen is the award-winning eco-friendly Visitor Centre.Including exhibition, viewing platform, cafe, shop and ranger information point

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D

Grey Mare's Tail Nature Reserve

A 60m waterfall tumbles into the Moffat Water Valley from the waters of Loch Skeen, in the Moffat Hills. The property extends to White Coomb, the highest hill in Dumfriesshire

Photo - Grey Mare's Tail Nature Reserve

E

Mar Lodge Estate

The estate contains one of the country's largest areas of Scheduled Ancient Monuments - from post-medieval townships to remnants of early 19th-century sheep farming

Photo - Mar Lodge Estate

F

Menstrie Castle

Menstrie Castle is a three-storey castellated house that was home to a branch of the Clan MacAlister and was the birthplace of Sir William Alexander, later 1st Earl of Stirling.

Photo - Menstrie Castle

G

Moirlanich Longhouse

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Visit this perfectly preserved cruck frame cottage and get a glimpse of Scottish village life in the 19th century

Photo - Moirlanich Longhouse

H

Robert Smail's Printing Works

A printing time-capsule featuring a completely restored Victorian printing works. Visitors can watch and experience for themselves the almost forgotten craft of hand typesetting

Photo - Robert Smail's Printing Works

I

Souter Johnnie's Cottage

The former home of the shoemaker John Davidson, immortalised by Robert Burns as Souter Johnie in his supernatural tale Tam o’ Shanter.

Photo - Souter Johnnie's Cottage

J

West Affric

West Affric is part of the Glen Affric National Scenic Area, a vast area of wild land that gives visitors a sense of being off the beaten track.

Photo - West Affric


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