Discover some of the highlights that make the ‘Lantern of the North’ a shining example of Scottish medieval architecture.
Wander along the massive walls of an artillery fort built to protect the Sound of Bressay from the Dutch.
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.
Admire a pair of 2,000-year-old broch towers set in a beautiful glen.
The Grey Cairns of Camster are two of Scotland’s oldest stone monuments, originally built more than 5,000 years ago.
Behold the strange sight of about 200 stones erected in more than 22 rows on hillside moorland.
Explore the turf-covered remains of a ruined chapel, near where a Pictish cross-slab stood for 800 years.
Visit the seat of one of medieval and Renaissance Scotland’s most powerful families, the earls of Huntly.
Visit the medieval stronghold that dominated the southern end of the Great Glen.
Delve into more than 4,000 years of human settlement in the same location in Shetland.
Visit a simple medieval church with some remarkable surviving fixtures.
Examine a remarkably animated carving of a boar on this early Pictish carved stone.