Scotland has many attractions to appeal to all tastes: from castles and stately homes to galleries and museums; from parks and gardens to exhibitions and theme parks. Whether it’s for mum and dad or just for kids; whether you prefer to watch wildlife and nature at work, or marvel at Scotland’s dramatic history and fine culture; whether you want to be outdoors or indoors … Scotland has something everyone.
Probably the oldest standing stone houses in north-west Europe and dating from the early Neolithic period the site comprises two houses, approximately rectangular, with stone cupboards and stalls that are contemporary with the chambered tombs of Orkney.
Enjoy the sights, sounds and stories of the world’s favourite game - in the country that took football to the world - as part of The Hampden Experience.
Year-round, Isle of Lewis:
Dun Carloway, or Dun Charlabhaigh, is one of the best preserved broch towers in Scotland situated in a stunning location overlooking Loch Roag on the west coast of Lewis.
Year-round, Isle of Harris:
A fine 16th-century church, built by the eighth chief MacLeod of Dunvegan and Harris and containing his richly-carved tomb.
The remains of an enigmatic structure of early prehistoric date.
Year-round, daily, Trossachs:
This property comprises a range of mountains, with connecting ridges, cliffs and lochans.
Year-round, Isle of Bute: Situated in the centre of town, and with a long and close association with the Stewart Kings of Scotland, Rothesay Castle is unusual in terms of Scottish castles, being largely circular.
Close to the centre of Forfar, the Park is a great place to visit.
Year-round, Angus & Dundee: This 102-acre park includes broadleaf and conifers woods, as well as Crombie Loch.
29th March - 31st December 2014, Forfar:
Situated in the beautiful Strathmore Valley, 5 miles from Forfar and 12 miles from Dundee, Glamis Castle is famous for being the childhood home of the late Queen Mother and the setting for Shakespeare’s Macbeth.