The communications office is the first point of contact for media seeking information, interviews or expert comment on Scotland’s historic environment.
We manage all media enquiries and work to promote all areas of the organisation’s work. Visit our news page for our latest news releases.
Download our press pack [PDF, 4.57MB]
View a selection of images from our collections:
The Forth Bridge - Scotland's newest UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The medieval Mons Meg cannon is removed from Edinburgh Castle for essential maintenance work.
The Sorcerer's Apprentice event at Duff House.
An actor appearing in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice at Stirling Castle in summer 2015.
A wooden comb found at Caerlaverock Castle in Dumfries and Galloway.
Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs Fiona Hyslop launches the Scotland's Urban Past event at the Vennie Youth Club at Livingston.
National Galleries of Scotland prints and drawings curator Trine Nordkvelle with a self-portrait by Allan Ramsay from an exhibition at Duff House.
From Gaelic tutorials to education resources, we have a range of videos available on our YouTube channel.
For media enquiries, visits and accreditation, contact our Communications Team on 07721 959 962 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The communications office is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm GMT. For out of hours media enquiries email email@example.com.
For photography enquiries and image requests, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For promotional filming enquiries, please email email@example.com.
Members of the public can use our contact form to get in touch.
View our media and marketing contacts.
Find us on social media
On our Historic Scotland page, we provide the latest news, along with visitor information about our properties, events and membership.
The Historic Environment Scotland page provides information about the organisation and all aspects of our work.
Historic Environment Scotland (@histenvscot) provides information about our new organisation and all aspects of our work. It covers listings, archives, planning and grants.
Meanwhile, our Historic Scotland Twitter feed (@welovehistory) will continue its visitor focus, with pictures, promotions and stories from our properties in care.
Videos on our Historic Environment Scotland channel cover everything from events highlights to basic Gaelic language lessons.