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  • Benmore Botanic Garden

    One of the most popular natural attractions in the Argyll and Bute region of Scotland is the Benmore Botanic Garden. It forms part of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and is located in the ...

  • Oban War and Peace Museum

    The Argyll and Bute region of Scotland is home to a quaint town by the name of Oban, and even though the population is small throughout the year, it is filled with thousands of visitors ...

  • Explore Tantallon Castle

    Near the town of Berwick, located in East Lothian, is one of the most popular attractions in Scotland. Its intimidating curtain wall and fascinating history has made Tantallon Castle an ...

  • Dave Arcari at The Scottish Music Awards

    DAZE Management Limited announced that renowned guitarist Dave Arcari is to perform at the 2011 Scottish Music Awards to be held at The Barrowland Ballroom on Sunday September 4th, 2011

  • Loch Lomond Aquarium

    Located on the Highland Boundary Fault, Loch Lomond is a picturesque freshwater loch that contains small islands. It is a destination that is frequented by locals, who come to enjoy the ...

  • Old Scatness Broch and Iron Age Village

    Just off the coast of Orkney lies the historical islands of Shetland, made up of one large island, referred to as the mainland, and many smaller islands. There are numerous sites and ...

  • Neil “Wee Man” Bratchpiece to host 2011 Awards

    DAZE Management Limited announced on Monday, 4 October 2010, that the 2011 Scottish Music Awards will be hosted by internet sensation, Neil "The Wee Man" Bratchpiece.

  • Scottish Music Awards

    The Scottish Music Awards were created to honor those who contribute to the music industry and continue the musical heritage of Scotland. Various categories of the Scottish Music Awards see to ...

  • Tomb of the Eagles

    Like so many ancient archeological sites, the Tomb of the Eagles was discovered accidently by Ronnie Simison in the year 1958. The site is located at Isbister Chambered Cairn, South ...

  • The Picts

    One of the lesser known aspects of Scotland's history is the role of the Picts. These were the tribal warrior tribes who were living in Scotland when the Romans arrived in the 1st century CE. ...