Scotland Museums and Galleries


Rosslyn Castle

Rosslyn Castle is a ruin close to the better-known Rosslyn Chapel

Photo - Rosslyn Castle


Princes Street Gardens

The city park on the south side of Princes Street and underneath the Castle rock

Photo - Princes Street Gardens


Glentress Forest

Glentress is the top visitor attraction in the Scottish Borders, with 50 miles of mountain bike trails, walking trails and opportunities for horse riding and orienteering.

Photo - Glentress Forest


Strathyre Forest

The wild and rugged Strathyre Forest holds a comparatively sheltered valley.

Photo - Strathyre Forest


Camasrainich Wood

The site contains a mixture of woodland types. Of particular note are the areas of oak woodland with a ground flora of bluebells, wood sorrel, great wood-rush and honeysuckle.

Photo - Camasrainich Wood


Free North Church

Built in 1889-92 in decorated Gothic style it has the highest steeple in Inverness, a dominant feature by the River Ness.

Photo - Free North Church


Blairadam Wood

An attractive mixed woodland of mighty spruces and broadleaved beech woodland. Highlights are the Glen and Keltyhill Glen trails.

Photo - Blairadam Wood


Inverliever Forest

With great fishing, wildlife watching and horse riding opportunities available, Inverliever Forest is a great destination to explore.

Photo - Inverliever Forest


Argyll Forest Park

This magnificent stretch of rugged hill country was established in 1935, as the first Forest Park for public use in Britain.

Photo - Argyll Forest Park


Callendar Wood

Callendar Wood is an ancient woodland that is a great place to come and visit with the whole family, behind Falkirk

Photo - Callendar Wood

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