Take in the view from a 2,000-year-old cliff-side fort, home to a tribe known to the Romans as the Novantae.
Trace the defences of two Roman marching camps, probably dating to the early AD 200s.
Explore a 5,000-year-old burial monument on a remote Orcadian island.
Uncover the ‘castle in the woods’: the place of last resort for the powerful Hamilton family, Scotland’s royal dynasty that never was.
Discover the tomb of a mythical Scottish king at this pair of Neolithic burial monuments.
Visit the resting place of King James III and his wife Queen Margaret, in the shadow of mighty Stirling Castle.
Enjoy the hike to the peaceful surrounds of a relatively undisturbed Neolithic tomb.
Admire the view down Kilmartin Glen from one of Argyll’s finest Renaissance residences.
Experience the comfortable life of Scotland’s landed gentry in the 1500s at this fine tower house.
Find out how this late Gothic church was built to become its owner’s final resting place.
Admire what’s thought to be the oldest castle on the Scottish mainland, built in the 1100s and occupied for 500 years.
Walk in the footsteps of early Christian pilgrims at this chapel, named for the tutor of St Columba.