ScotlandMuseums and Galleries

A

Loch of the Lowes

Loch of the Lowes is a large freshwater loch with a diverse aquatic flora, fringed by areas of fen, reedbeds and semi-natural woodland

Photo - Loch of the Lowes

B

Reekie Linn Waterfall

The Reekie Linn waterfall is one of the most spectacular and accessible waterfalls in Scotland

Photo - Reekie Linn Waterfall

C

Skye Serpentarium

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The Skye Serpentarium was opened in 1991 as an exhibition and educational centre

Photo - Skye Serpentarium

D

St Andrews Aquarium

St Andrews Aquarium boasts of an underwater world of adventure

Photo - St Andrews Aquarium

E

Loch a'Mhuilinn

The most northern remnant of native oak woodland in Britain survives on this reserve. The stunting effects of westerly gales are clearly visible with some of the oaks reduced

Photo - Loch a'Mhuilinn

F

Knockan Crag

This is one of the top Earth science sites in Scotland. It\'s recognised worldwide as the place where scientists first discovered a basic principle of geology. From studying the Cr

Photo - Knockan Crag

G

Rassal Ashwood

Rassal is one of Scotland's few natural ashwoods, a National Nature Reserve and the most northerly in Britain.

Photo - Rassal Ashwood

H

Craigellachie

Craigellachie is one of the suite of Cairngorms National Nature Reserves and lies within Cairngorms National Park.

Photo - Craigellachie

I

Insh Marshes

Insh Marshes is one of the suite of Cairngorms National Nature Reserves and lies within Cairngorms National Park. This is one of Europes most important wetlands.

Photo - Insh Marshes

J

Glen Roy

The famous 'Parallel Roads' of Glen Roy are among the most remarkable landforms in Britain created by glacial action. During the last ice age advancing glaciers dammed a series

Photo - Glen Roy


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