Discover the ‘strong point on the Tay', built to defend Scotland against a gathering English navy and captured several times.
Roam among the megaliths at one of Scotland's most magnificent Neolithic monuments.
Walk among kings in Dunfermline Abbey, a royal mausoleum, and see the palace where the last monarch born in Scotland was delivered.
Get a sense of the standing of the Lindsay family from the beauty of their lordly seat and its great garden.
Set sail for a very special island in the Firth of Forth – home to Scotland’s best-preserved group of monastic buildings.
Delve into more than 4,000 years of human settlement in the same location in Shetland.
Learn about Pictish society from a striking set of 26 carved stones, one of the most important collections of early medieval sculpture in Western Europe.
Uncover both sides of a castle with a 450-year history – its role as a bishop’s palace, and as a fortress and state prison.
Explore the remains of Scotland’s largest and most magnificent medieval church, still a major landmark even as a ruin.
See in a single place the 38 Pictish stones found dotted in and around the church in this Angus village.
Gain a unique insight into island life inside this traditional thatched house – once home to a family and its animals.