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Sunart Oakwoods
Sunart Oakwoods
The Sunart Oakwoods are made up of areas of oakwood and mixed woodland managed by Forestry Commission Scotland and private owners. The aim is to conserve and restore the...
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Ferry Wood
Ferry Wood
Ferrywood is a mixed wood of old Scots Pine and native broad-leaved trees. The walk follows the shore of Loch Shin where you can regularly see black throated divers in...
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The Castle & Gardens of Mey
The Castle & Gardens of Mey
The Castle of Mey built between 1566 and 1572 was purchased by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother in 1952 after the death of her husband, King George V1. It...
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Harmony Garden
Harmony Garden
A walled garden comprising lawns, herbaceous and mixed borders, vegetable and fruit areas and a rich display of spring bulbs. The garden is set around an early...
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Crichton Castle
Crichton Castle
Crichton Castle has been home to medieval lords and Renaissance noblemen. Its sturdy tower of the late 1300s stands by a sophisticated facade created 200 years...
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Glengoyne Distillery
Glengoyne Distillery
Glengoyne is a beautiful wee distillery offering the most in-depth and comprehensive whisky experience in Scotland. Situated just 14 miles north of Glasgow and close to...
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Lochleven Castle
Lochleven Castle
A boat will ferry you to one of Scotland’s oldest castles, where Mary Queen of Scots spent a traumatic year. Probably built in the early 1300s, it was said to have...
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Souter Johnnie's Cottage
Souter Johnnie's Cottage
The home of John Davidson, village souter (shoemaker), who was the original Souter Johnnie of Robert Burns' Tam O'Shanter. The much loved poem comes to life in...
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Black House, Arnol
Black House, Arnol
A traditional fully furnished, Lewis thatched house, which provides a unique insight into island life. There is also an attached barn, byre and stackyard. Beside the...
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Craignethan Castle
Craignethan Castle
An exceptional fortress-residence that was overthrown within 50 years of its construction despite its state-of-the-art artillery defences. Built about 1530, it was the...
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Queensferry Museum
Queensferry Museum
Queensferry Museum helps visitors to explore the past and traditions of historic Queensferry and neighbouring Dalmeny.You can learn about the construction of the Forth...
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North Ayrshire Heritage Centre
North Ayrshire Heritage Centre
North Ayrshire Heritage Centre, housed in a mid-18th century church, brings together a local and social history museum, local history library, archives and genealogy...
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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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Live Active Rodney
Live Active Rodney
Live Active Rodney provides exercise and fitness opportunities in the picturesque surroundings of the Rodney Gardens, overlooking The River Tay. The Fitness Gym offers...
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Greenbank Garden
Greenbank Garden
Within easy reach of city residents, this unique walled garden contains plants and designs of particular interest to suburban gardeners and includes fountains and a...
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National Mining Museum Scotland
National Mining Museum Scotland
This 5 star attraction is set in the wonderfully restored Lady Victoria Colliery in Newtongrange, just 5 minutes from the Edinburgh City by-pass. Here, visitors can...
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Inveraray Castle
Inveraray Castle
Home of the Duke of Argyll, Head of the Clan Campbell, whose family have lived in Inveraray since the 15th century. Designed by Roger Morris and decorated by Robert...
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Benromach Distillery and Visitor's Centre
Benromach Distillery and Visitor's Centre
On the outskirts of the Royal Burgh and ancient market town of Forres lies Benromach distillery, the smallest working distillery in Moray. Its distinctive near 100 foot...
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Meigle Sculptured Stone Museum
Meigle Sculptured Stone Museum
The museum at Meigle displays 26 Pictish carved stones dating from the late 8th to the late 10th centuries. Making up one of the most important collections of early...
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National Library of Scotland
National Library of Scotland
The world's leading centre for the study of Scotland and a major European research library with world-class collections. The Library showcases the range of...
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