Admire views of the Forth from what’s possibly Scotland’s oldest standing castle.
Roam among the megaliths at one of Scotland's most magnificent Neolithic monuments.
Wander around this medieval ruin nestled in secluded woodland by the River Tweed to grasp the appeal of monastic life.
Visit a stronghold that stood at the heart of an ancient kingdom covering the area now known as Strathclyde.
Discover the ruins of a uniquely Scottish site atop a mound of rock.
See the mighty hilltop castle built by Robert II in the 1370s, soon after he came to the Scottish throne.
Visit a rare example of a Lowland broch – a kind of fortification usually found only in northern Scotland.
Visit a true Romanesque relic: an 1100s entrance arch, reused in a later burial vault.
Admire the unusual mix of architecture in what is one of four great abbeys established in the Scottish Borders in the 1100s.
Roam the remains of the peaceful home of Tironesian monks, who lived here for around 400 years.
Trace the 11-sided stone curtain wall of a castle that may have originally been built by Robert the Bruce himself.
Explore a Neolithic centre of ritual and domestic activity scattered across a lonely moorland.