Scotland Museums and Galleries


Castle Cruises on Loch Ness

A trip lasting approximately one hour - stunning views of the Great Glen, Loch Ness and the ruins of Urquhart Castle.

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Caledonian Railway

The four mile section between Brechin and the Bridge of Dun forms the basis of this site preserving an important fragment of Scotland's historic railways.

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Barony Chambers and Auld Kirk Museum

The Auld Kirk is an award winning museum.There is a substantial local history collection including Roman artifacts, coal mining, boatbulding and iron founding.

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Linn Of Tummel

Linn Of Tummel is a beautiful woodland walk in classic Perthshire scenery

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Brodie Castle

Brodie Castle is set in peaceful parkland and is a fine 16th-century tower house

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Speyside Heather Centre

Speyside Heather Centre is an award-winning attraction with unique heather story exhibition

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Weaver's Cottage

Weaver's Cottage is a working museum with original looms and spinning wheels illustrating the traditional weaver's craft

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Scottish Maritime Museum

The Scottish Maritime Museum follows the growth of Glasgow and the increasing importance of the River Clyde

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Pollok House

Pollok House is an elegant country mansion that features important collections, set in formal gardens and extensive parkland in the heart of Glasgow.

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National Museum of Rural Life

The National Museum of Rural Life houses the National Country Life Collection and the historic working farm of Wester Kittochside

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