Face a mighty, curtain-walled fortress, built in the 1200s as the seat of the powerful earls of Buchan.
Step back in time to see and hear how whisky was made in the 1900s – and then sample a dram for yourself.
Wander around this medieval ruin nestled in secluded woodland by the River Tweed to grasp the appeal of monastic life.
Unravel the story of how owner William Duff and architect William Adam clashed over the creation of this splendid Georgian mansion.
March the length of this massive fort built in the wake of the Battle of Culloden to see why it’s served the British Army so well for 250 years.
Discover a history filled with intrigue, murder, torture and treason at this awesome, eerie ruin.
Visit the seat of one of medieval and Renaissance Scotland’s most powerful families, the earls of Huntly.
Admire the unusual mix of architecture in what is one of four great abbeys established in the Scottish Borders in the 1100s.
Visit ‘the noblest of northern castles’ – even ruined, the stronghold of the mighty earls of Mar is a fine example of a 13th-century castle.
Explore a fine castle altered in 1787 to contain the first lighthouse built by the Northern Lighthouse Board.
Visit the final resting place of the heart of Robert the Bruce, a magnificent ruin in the Scottish Borders.
Enter Scotland’s largest surviving medieval bishop’s house – residence of the bishops of Moray for 500 years.