Scotland Museums and Galleries


Garscadden Bluebell Wood

An ancient oak wood that has stood on this hillside for hundreds of years. The beautiful flowers and majestic oak trees are home to lots of woodland wildlife.

Photo - Garscadden Bluebell Wood


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


Blairadam Wood

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

Photo - Blairadam Wood


Glengoyne Distillery

For lovers of the finest Scotch Whisky, a visit to Glengoyne is a great experience!

Photo - Glengoyne Distillery


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


Yair Forest

This forest sits very close to the River Tweed and has paths leading to wonderful views.

Photo - Yair Forest


Knapdale Forest

Knapdale Forest is situated in a National Scenic Area and is flanked to the north by the Crinan Canal and to the west by the Sound of Jura and Loch Sween.

Photo - Knapdale Forest


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


Glenashdale Forest

A forest rich in natural and archaeological heritage. Highlights include the Glenashdale Waterfall and the Giants' Graves, a group of Neolithic chambered cairns.

Photo - Glenashdale Forest

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