Discover the ‘strong point on the Tay', built to defend Scotland against a gathering English navy and captured several times.
Visit a stronghold that stood at the heart of an ancient kingdom covering the area now known as Strathclyde.
Wander the ruins of Scotland’s most romantic cathedral, set at an ancient ecclesiastical centre.
Imagine the comfortable life of the laird and lady of this fine house, built as their second home in the country.
Visit the site of the shrine of St Kentigern, around which Scotland’s largest city sprang up.
Imagine being imprisoned in this island stronghold, as Mary Queen of Scots – formerly a guest here – once was.
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.
See this water-powered mill spring to life in the summer months when it’s put to work to show how oatmeal is made.
Study the beautiful painted ceiling and monumental tomb of a 1600s private place of worship.
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.
Visit the picturesque former parish church said to mark the spot where St Serf supposedly slew a dragon.