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We are Scotland's leading conservation charity and we care for Scotland's heritage.
We are Scotland's leading conservation charity and we care for Scotland's heritage.

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Have you visited Holmwood House? It features on this list of The Best Museums in #Glasgow 😊

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If you’re a keen walker planning to drive the #NC500 road trail this year then Torridon should be the perfect place to stop. One of the 6 big reasons to visit Wester Ross, Torridon has spectacular mountain scenery, amazing wildlife and lots of great walks for all abilities.

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We’re delighted that the restoration of the frieze, designed by Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson, at Holmwood House is now underway. Holmwood, completed in 1858, is widely regarded as one Thomson’s finest designs.

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Learn about landscape photography with Mark Hamblin at one of Scotland’s most spectacular locations, in the Cairngorms National Park.

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Looking for somewhere to walk this weekend? We’ve got lots of beautiful gardens and woodlands to explore; you might even spot the first snowdrops flowering.

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#Inverewe is up for 'best garden' in the BBC #Countryfile Magazine awards. The winner is chosen by public vote so if #Inverewe is your favourite, vote now.

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The Burns Big Birthday Bash is taking place today at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum​, with Haggis hurling, traditional craft demonstrations and live music.

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Are you planning to drive the #NC500 road trail this year? Inverewe Gardens is the perfect place to take a break in your journey, a sub-tropical oasis at the edge of Loch Ewe and one of the 6 big reasons to visit Wester Ross.

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It is with great sadness that we learnt of the passing of Tam Dalyell. Tam has been associated with the National Trust for Scotland since his parents gifted his ancestral home the House of the Binns in 1944. Famously, he is pictured as a kilted schoolboy standing in the background of the handover ceremony.

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This violin, which Robert Burns is said to have danced to, has recently been restored to its original condition. The violin is part of the Trust collection at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. You can hear it being played at the Burns Big Birthday Bash celebrations this Sunday.
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