Locate places to visit including adventure parks, theme amusement parks, castles, ancient monuments, cultural attractions, arts, crafts and picture galleries, museums and living history attractions, houses and gardens to visit throughout Northern Scotland.
Shapinsay Orkney Islands. Tel 01856 711282 We offer an old
fashioned experience with two working farms, two uninhabited islands and 6 miles
of undisturbed coastline for you to enjoy. The castle is surrounded by 70 acres
of private grounds that includes a Victorian walled kitchen garden plus
South Ronaldsay Orkney Islands. Tel 01856 831339 The Tomb sits
on a magnificent cliff top site, with the Bronze Age site half way between that
and the visitor centre. Visitors can follow the stunning cliff top trail to the
tomb, enjoying the wildlife and scenery. While at the visitor centre read up on
Dornie Highlands. Tel 01599 555202 You can explore almost
every part of the castle from the banqueting hall to the bedrooms. You'll be
following in the footsteps of many a warrior from the Vikings to James Bond,
from Jacobites to Hollywood's highlander. Our guides will welcome you and answer
Isle Of Skye. Tel 01470 521206 Among all the historic houses
of Scotland there is none that for sheer manifold fascination overtops Dunvegan
Castle. Here you will learn a lot about Scotland and the castles motto, see the
MacCrimmon Pipes, The Jacobite Relics, The Fairy Flag and loads more historic
Causewayhead Stirling. Tel 01786 472140 Keeping the spirit of
Sir William Wallace alive this monument explains and tells the story of heroic
Sir William Wallace when the two countries (Scotland & England) faced each other
at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297, Scotland was led to victory by William
Isle of Lewis Western Isles. Tel 01851 621422 The standing stones are famous worldwide. No matter what the weather and
however many visitors are present, these ancient stones have an enigmatic,
magical quality that never fails to move you. Dun Carloway is also one of the
best preserved prehistoric iron age Brochs and is well worth a visit.
Inveraray Argyll And Bute. Tel 01499 302203 The ancestral home
of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell and the historical,
spectacular, must-see visitor attraction on the west coast of Scotland.
Originally the home of the Campbell clan the castle now boasts a selection of
magnificent rooms which the visitor can trace its history.