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House of the Binns
House of the Binns
Historic home of the Dalyell's, among them General Tam Dalyell who raised the Royal Scots Greys here in 1861. The house contains a fascination collection of...
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Craigmillar Castle
Craigmillar Castle
Admire city views from the high ramparts of Edinburgh's 'other castle', play hide-and-seek in its labyrinth of chambers or picnic in its...
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Preston Mill and Phantassie Doocot
Preston Mill and Phantassie Doocot
Picturesque 18 thcentury Preston Mill sits on the banks of the River Tyne, which still drives the mill's water wheel. The nearby millpond, provides the finishing...
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Newhailes
Newhailes
Newhailes is a fine late 17th-century house with impressive 18th-century additions and interiors, set in a fascinating 18th-century designed landscape. The house was...
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The Lodge Forest Visitor Centre - Aberfoyle
The Lodge Forest Visitor Centre - Aberfoyle
The Visitor Centre is the best place to start exploring Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. This impressive building was gifted to the Forestry Commission in 1960 by the...
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Skaill House
Skaill House
Built in 1620, Skaill House is the finest mansion house in Orkney. Explore the home and gardens of the man who unearthed Skara Brae, and experience a family home as it...
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Robert Smail's Printing Works
Robert Smail's Printing Works
A printing time-capsule featuring a completely restored Victorian printing works. Visitors can watch and experience for themselves the almost forgotten craft of hand...
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Rothes Hall
Rothes Hall
Rothes Halls is an entertainment and conference venue located right in the centre of Glenrothes, adjoining the Kingdom Shopping Centre.Its vibrant programme includes...
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Maes Howe Chambered Cairn
Maes Howe Chambered Cairn
Enter one of the finest Neolithic buildings in northwest Europe, a masterpiece of ancient engineering. This chambered tomb, which sits on a platform encircled by a...
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Huntly Castle
Huntly Castle
With elaborate heraldry, carved fireplaces and refined décor, this palatial residence was a declaration of the power and wealth of the noble Gordon family. It...
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Queen’s View Visitor Centre
Queen’s View Visitor Centre
Stunning, calendar-friendly viewpoint, very popular with visitors of all kinds arriving by car, coach, bike and, for the hardy, on foot. Large (50+) but often busy car...
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Dunkeld and The Hermitage
Dunkeld and The Hermitage
The Trust owns 20 houses in Cathedral and High Streets; most date from the rebuilding of the town after the Battle of Dunkeld in 1689. These are private and not open to...
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Lauriston Castle
Lauriston Castle
When you step inside Lauriston Castle, you see it just as it was in 1926, when it was left to the nation by the last private owner, Mrs Reid. The Castle and the...
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Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre
Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre
A dam good place to visit!Situated on the banks of the River Tummel, the new Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre features a gift shop and café with jaw dropping views of...
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Linlithgow Palace
Linlithgow Palace
Inside one of the most spectacular ruins in Scotland you cannot help but walk in the footsteps of royalty. This royal pleasure palace was the birthplace of Mary Queen of...
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Robert Burns Birthplace Museum
Robert Burns Birthplace Museum
Robert Burns Birthplace Museum offers a truly unique encounter with Scotland’s favourite son. The museum comprises the famous Burns Cottage where the poet was...
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Glen Garioch Distillery and Visitor Centre
Glen Garioch Distillery and Visitor Centre
Established in 1797, Glen Garioch (pronounced "Geery") is Scotland's most Easterly distillery. For over 200 years, Glen Garioch Distillery has been handcrafting a...
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Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Scotland's famous Theatre-in-the Hills, set in a stunning rural location in Pitlochry, overlooking the River Tummel, boasts a summer season of six performances in...
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The Willow Tea Rooms
The Willow Tea Rooms
The Willow Tea Rooms at 97 Buchanan Street is ideally located in the middle of Glasgow’s style mile. Located in the building adjacent to Kate Cranston’s...
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St Andrews Cathedral
St Andrews Cathedral
The magnificent medieval ruins stand on a site used for Christian worship since the 8th century, when the relics of St Andrew were reputedly brought here. The cathedral...
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