Browse our varied publications, ranging from visitor guides and coffee table books to conservation guidance leaflets and academic reference reports.
The NTS, National Museum of Scotland, the Palace of Holyroodhouse and Historic Scotland have joined forces to make it easier for groups and FITs to discover Scotland's most famous Jacobite sites.
This downloadable brochure presents four European cooperation projects, for which Historic Environment Scotland and its predecessors received funding for from the European Union between 2010 and 2017.
Information on the Explorer Pass (including a map) allowing you to explore over 5,000 years of history with one great value pass.
This guidance helps event organisers understand how we can work together to protect the park and look after both park visitors and event attendees.
This INFORM guide provides information on the use of proprietary restoration mortars for repair of stone masonry.
Our Catering Policy ensures our caterers work in a manner which minimises the impact on the environment.
International Strategy for Historic Environment Scotland 2019 to 2029
Partnering Globally is our 10 year strategy for how we will work and engage internationally.
Scotland’s Historic Environment Audit (SHEA) brings together in one place research and data of real practical use to all those involved in managing the historic environment.
An infographic summarising Scotland’s Historic Environment Audit (SHEA) 2018.
A summary of Scotland’s Historic Environment Audit (SHEA) 2016.
Information on the Travel Trade only Scottish Heritage Pass, allowing visitors to visit most outstanding historic attractions with the one pass.
This report identifies projects about or connected to heritage in Scotland that have received funding from the European Union between 2007 and 2016.