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Man at Arms Tour: Come and meet one of Hamilton’s men and hear about siege warfare in the sixteenth century
Join us for a night time walk around the palace and Peel as we search for Linlithgow's bats. Bat detectors will be available to help us track down these creatures, but don't forget to bring a torch!
Local artists Keith Byres and Martin Stevenson provide a 21st century take on portraiture.
Meet the 4th Earl of Morton, Sir James Douglas, as he returns to his ancestral home prior to his rise to power as regent of Scotland following the fateful reign of Mary Queen of Scots.
Aberdour Castle and Gardens
Hear the real story of Flora MacDonald and Bonnie Prince Charlie, from Flora herself.
Dunstaffnage Castle and Chapel
Join us for an informative chat about bats before heading out on a night time walk around Holyrood to track down these fascinating nocturnal animals. Don't forget to bring a torch!
The chance to see inside this impressive mansion, with a series of free open days.
A one-day seminar discussing the use of hot mixed lime mortars in traditional buildings.
An info session and a brief training on how to use a bat detector will be followed by a walk into the park where you’ll have the chance to find and listen to the park’s leather-winged inhabitants.
CPD module providing an overview of the planning and policy tools used for the protection of Scotland's heritage.
CPD module on conservation projects and tasks involved in research, analysis, design and planning.
Find out what life was like for King George's Highland soldiers during the 18th century.