Scotland Museums and Galleries
The roofless but otherwise complete ruin of a tower house of about 1500,with a section of defensive barmkin wall and a remarkable corner tower with a square cap-house corbelled out
- Plockton and Kyle
The Bright Water Visitor Centre offers a unique child-friendly, interactive experience that unfolds the areas dramatic history and celebrates the wealth of local wildlife.
Local history museum with highlights including a display on Huntly-born author George MacDonald, an extensive collection of communion tokens, beggars badges, civic robes and chain.
Braemar Highland Heritage Centre gives an insight into Braemar's history and legacy through an exhibition and film.
Acclaimed local history museum and purveyor of bagpipes, silver, knitwear wool and other quality goods made on Skye.
The mill is one of the few working water mills left in Scotland and is open for visitors to view the oats and wheat being stone ground.
Housed in the impressive surroundings of Balhouise Castle, this museum is dedicated to the illustrious history of this, one of the most famous regiments of the British Army.
Birnie Church is one of the very few Norman churches in Scotland still in use for worship, and one of the best examples of Norman architecture in the country.
- Nature Site
The Fireclay Mine shows you the underground workings, the 300 million year old fossils and describe the life of the fireclay miners.
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