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  • Old Fordyce Church

    The quaint village of Fordyce in north-east Scotland features one of the country’s most fascinating ancient ruined churches, offering insight into the history of the town and area. Referred ...

  • Winterfest Glasgow 2008 – A Feast Of Exciting Entertainment

    Glasgow is already one of Scotland’s biggest and busiest cities and every winter it gets even better. Each year thousands of people make their way to a number of carefully planned activities ...

  • Verdant Works – A Fascinating Museum

    Once upon a time, the city of Dundee, in Scotland, was known as one of the largest manufacturers of jute. Bustling with approximately seventy jute factories, the jute industry created ...

  • Langholm : A Walker’s Paradise

    The picturesque burgh of Langholm lies at the confluence of the River Esk and the Ewes Water in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. Known locally as “The Muckle Toon”, Langholm boasts a number ...

  • Scott’s Selkirk : A Celebration of History and Culture

    The charming town of Selkirk lies on the River Ettrick in the Scottish Borders. Its ancient history has been associated with a number of noteworthy people and it is in honor of one of these ...

  • Moat Park Heritage Center – A Biggar Museums Trust Treasure

    Located in the Lanark Area of Scotland, near the rural village of Biggar, Moat Park Heritage Center is housed in the beautiful old Moat Park Church, offering fascinating insight into the ...

  • Old Royal Station : A Tribute To Royalty

    The charming village of Ballater is located eight miles to the east of Balmoral Castle along the River Dee in Scotland. The village is the nearest settlement, and railway depot, to the famed ...

  • Rob Roy Way: Follow in the Footsteps of a Scottish Legend

    The story of Rob Roy MacGregor is legendary. Known as an outlaw and folk hero in Scotland, Rob Roy, or Red MacGregor as he was often referred to, has inspired many a tall tale, books and ...

  • Unst Boat Haven : A Unique Look Into the Past

    Unst forms part of the Shetland Islands in Scotland and is known for its magnificent cliffs and endless grasslands. But there is more to Unst then just its spectacular natural wonders, there ...

  • Explore the Elegant Greenbank Garden

    Located around five miles south of the center of Glasgow, Greenbank Garden covers an area of 2.5 acres where the city outskirts give way to the countryside. Consisting of a stately 18th ...