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Join us on a guided walk to learn more about Arthur’s Seat’s turbulent past, created by fire and ice.
Short course: Learn about the properties, use and conservation of one of Scotland's most widely used building materials.
Forth Valley College
Short course: Discover the issues associated with non-ferrous metals in Scotland’s historic built environment.
Meet King James V’s musician who will tell tales of the instruments, some of which may even be true!
Join photographer Ken Paterson as he explores the life of John Muir, Father of the Modern Conservation movement.
Weekend antics: Find out why Scotland is a very colourful place while you learn about the different types of sand found here and create a your very own sand card.
Hear from Mary of Guise who, by the end of 1542, became a widow determined to protect the throne for her baby daughter.
War is traditionally a male domain but during the Wars of Independence, women were among some of Bruce’s strongest and bravest supporters.
Find out why the Jacobite Risings of 1715 and 1745 failed as you meet a Highlander held prisoner the castle.
"Summon the Heroes - An evening of soul stirring music"
Come along on a gentle guided walk around the beautiful Hunter’s Bog and St. Margaret’s Loch where you’ll learn more about Arthur’s Seat’s turbulent past.
The Scottish National War Memorial employed the top artistic talent and Alice Meredith Williams made a most significant contribution.