ScotlandMuseums and Galleries


Balnakeil Craft Village

A disused army camp-now home to craftsmen happy to explain and demonstrate their various crafts.

Photo - Balnakeil Craft Village


Bargany Gardens

A woodland garden with lily pond, kitchen garden and rock garden. Loudon admired the new planting in 1833, as he did the flued walls round the kitchen garden.

Photo - Bargany Gardens


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.

Photo - Barony Chambers and Auld Kirk Museum


JM Barrie's Birthplace

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In this two-storeyed house J M Barrie (1860-1937), the creator of Peter Pan, was born.

Photo - JM Barrie's Birthplace


The Beatrix Potter Exhibition and Garden

Charming museum that appeals to Beatrix Potter fans of all ages.

Photo - The Beatrix Potter Exhibition and Garden


Bella Jane Boat Trips

Award winning boat trip taking you to Loch Coruisk and the seal colony in the heart of the Skye's Cuillin mountains.

Photo - Bella Jane Boat Trips


Ben Nevis Distillery

Ben Nevis Distillery is one of the oldest licensed distilleries in Scotland.

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Benromach Distillery

Benromach is the smallest distillery in Speyside with a workforce of just two and a maximum capacity of a mere half million litres annually.

Photo - Benromach Distillery


Bennachie Centre

A great starting point to explore one of the north-east's most popular landmarks. Walks for all abilities.

Photo - Bennachie Centre


Bennie Museum

The Bennie Museum opened in 1989 as a museum of Bathgate's history and life. It is run entirely by volunteers under the management of a Charitable Trust.

Photo - Bennie Museum

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