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Sketch of the tollbooth in Cullen by Francis Rose

Town and City: Views of Urban Scotland

This exhibition provides a fascinating look at how artists have interpreted Scottish urban life and landscape since the turn of the 17th century.

People dressed in outdoor clothes, standing below Arthur's Seat on a sunny day.

Arthur's Adventure

Come along on a more challenging guided walk to learn about Arthur’s Seat’s turbulent past, created by fire and ice!

Two Historic Environment Scotland staff members stand behind a stone wall smiling. Behind them is a historic ruin clad in scaffolding

Skills Showcase

Explore our new exhibition to discover what it takes to look after Scotland’s historic buildings.

View of Melrose Abbey exterior

Secrets of Melrose Abbey Museum Tour

Find out what historic objects found at Melrose Abbey tell us about medieval life.

Skara Brae by Twilight

Skara Brae Evening Tours

Join us ‘after hours’ for an exclusive opportunity to tour Skara Brae.

General view of the exterior of the barracks inside Fort George

King George's Heilan' Men

Find out what life was like for King George's Highland soldiers during the 18th century.

Ring of Brodgar Walk

Ring of Brodgar Walk

Explore the beautiful area around the Ring of Brodgar during a weekly guided walk with a knowledgeable ranger.

Standing Stones of Stenness Walk

Standing Stones of Stenness Walk

Join our Ranger Service for a free guided tour of our oldest stone circle.

Four women at a table with 2 sewing machines some material and biscuits

Sewing at Stanley Mills

Brush up on your sewing skills with our classes.

General view from within Fort George

Fortress for the King

The Battle of Culloden is over, and King George is to build the greatest fortress ever seen in Britain.

An exhibition display of blue and yellow, with black and white photography

Industry + Aesthetics

Discover the visual impact, drama and power of Scotland as an industrial nation at our new photography exhibition in Dundee.