Admire views of the Forth from what’s possibly Scotland’s oldest standing castle.
Take in the view from a 2,000-year-old cliff-side fort, home to a tribe known to the Romans as the Novantae.
Get up close to an Iron Age complex said to be one of Scotland’s finest examples of a later prehistoric settlement.
Reach this very special tidal island by causeway to explore Pictish, Norse and medieval remains.
Cross the moat to find yourself in a fairytale setting, complete twin-towered gatehouse and lofty battlements.
Discover the tomb of a mythical Scottish king at this pair of Neolithic burial monuments.
Learn about the lawlessness of the McCullochs, for whom this elegant six-storey tower house was built.
Step into the evocative gloom of a Neolithic tomb where bones of men, dogs and oxen were found buried.
Wander around this medieval ruin nestled in secluded woodland by the River Tweed to grasp the appeal of monastic life.
Visit the secluded spot where Mary Queen of Scots sheltered during her last hours in Scotland.
Crawl into a prehistoric tomb hollowed out from a massive block of sandstone.
Visit a rare example of a Lowland broch – a kind of fortification usually found only in northern Scotland.