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Holyrood Park, sometimes known locally as the Queen’s Park, has a long history of connections with the royals.
As Her Majesty The Queen lies at rest in St. Giles’ Cathedral, we take a brief look at the history of this national landmark.
We delve into our collections to take a look at the ceremony and celebrations when George IV made a monumental arrival in Leith 200 years ago.
Andrew Burnet from our Interpretation Team takes a behind-the-scenes look at our work to add interpretation to sites affected by our high level masonry inspections.
A servant suspected of stealing from her Queen and a Lord accused of slander are among the many prisoners held at Blackness Castle over the years.
Emotional effigies, a leap of faith and a chilling crime of passion are among the historic stories of love we’re telling this Valentine’s Day.
We’re bringing sparkle and joy with our Scottish Christmas gift suggestions so that you can have an unforgettable day this December.
Based in Glasgow and fancy a historic day out? Find out how to reach some amazing fortresses and strongholds by train, bus and bike.
A fortnight of celebrating castles you say? Count us in! There are lots of ways to join in the fun and kids go free, so where will you explore first?
Could a 13th century carving at Dundrennan Abbey have a murderous meaning behind it? Adrian Cox explores a theory that involves assassination and vengeance!