Road Trip Series Part 3 takes you on a tour through The Highlands, allowing you to follow in Queen Victoria’s footsteps and picnic at the Linn of Dee, and experience the powerfully moving Culloden Moor where the 1745 rising came to its tragic end.
We spoke to Charles Randak of Toshie Mackintosh, a group of Glasgow School of Art Graduates, about Mackintosh, Hill House and the inspiration behind their latest collection.
Hill of Tarvit is a beautiful example of an Edwardian-style home, designed by Scottish architect Robert Lorimer.
Join us in October for a series of lectures presented by British historian, David Lough, author of "No More Champagne: Churchill and His Money", the first full narrative of Churchill’s precarious personal finances. Lectures will take place in Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, and Nantucket.
Road Trip Series Part 2 takes you on a tour through Aberdeenshire, where you will visit a Scottish stately home and castles galore. Total drive time: 1 hr 40 min, not including the stops.
If you are strapped for time we recommend that you do not miss visiting the Isle of Arran. Commonly referred to as 'Scotland in miniature', Arran seems to embody the nation's wide variety of landscapes from rugged peaks, to gentle rolling hills, to craggy island coastlines.
Share your recent photos while at an NTS property with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #WeAreScotland for the chance to win an an NTS-branded Regatta jacket.
Part 1 of our Road Trip Series takes you on the road just north of Edinburgh, where you will pass through the Royal Burgh of Culross, Falkland Palace, and St Andrews.
View images of Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s finest domestic creation, The Hill House. Fundraising for conservation work is underway to save this treasured landmark.
Join us this fall for a one-week guided tour of Scotland's Grand Houses and Gardens. From Edinburgh, to Glasgow, to Aberdeen, this extraordinary journey will highlight Scotland's natural and cultural treasures.
The 10th annual 'A Celebration of Scotland's Treasures' gala honored documentary filmmaker Ken Burns and raised nearly $400,000 in support of the National Trust for Scotland.
Photography highlights from the 2017 'A Celebration of Scotland's Treasures'
NTS has now completed the research report and the planting plans based on what is known to remain of the original Percy Cane garden. NTSUSA made a grant of $50,000 in 2016 in support of the restoration.
Join us this spring in Philadelphia and New York City for Curt DiCamillo's “The Adam Family: The Scottish Architects Who Changed the World”
Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns will be honored with the Great Scot Award at the 10th annual 'A Celebration of Scotland's Treasures' gala
In fair Craigievar where we lay our scene...Montagues and Capulets are replaced by rival Clans of Forbes and Gordon with star crossed lovers caught between.
On January 25th worldwide celebrations honor the life and poetry of Robert Burns. Learn why we celebrate and how you can join in the fun!
The Oxford & Cambridge Society of New England and NTSUSA cordially invite you to the 10th Annual Ancient Universities Alumni Burns Nicht at the Winchester Country Club on February 4, 2017.
A closer look at Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh, wife and collaborator to Glasgow's iconic master designer and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
$90,000 was raised from donors across America to support restoration of the Walled Garden at Culzean Castle in Ayrshire
Scotland is known for having a bit of a ghostly past with plenty of haunting stories. We’ve picked a few of our favorite spooky tales to share.
Culzean, an iconic Scottish castle, is home to the Eisenhower Apartment. Yes, that’s Army General and President of the United States Eisenhower!
From tossing the caber to dancing and bagpipes, the Highland games are an event to be enjoyed by all.
Interview with Kirsten Dallas, the Trust's first appointed Countryside Ranger Apprentice, about her work and the apprentice program.
From Bonnie Prince Charlie to the Half-Blood Prince, the Jacobites to Harry Potter - Glenfinnan has a lot going on!
Alan Rowan, author of "Moonwalker" gives an interview about his book as well as stories of being up the Munros in the middle of the night.
Presented by Curt DiCamillo in partnership with the Nantucket Atheneum on Wednesday, August 24 at 8:00 pm
Nearly $500,000 in conservation grants were made in fiscal year 2016 - a 55% increase over the previous year.
Falkland Palace is home to the oldest tennis court in Britain where Mary Queen of Scots used to enjoy a game or two!
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of St Kilda as the UK’s only World Heritage site listed for both its cultural and natural heritage, read more about the ‘Love our Islands’ campaign and how you can get involved.
Our brand new Marketing Communications intern Lauren has finally arrived to join us all the way from Scotland!
Scenic hiking at Trust properties with spectacular views of the Scottish landscape.
The places that spark imagination, engage the senses, and inspire legends.
The most photogenic of the Trust's properties. #nofilterneeded
Looking for an adventure? History buffs will get lost in the treasures to be found at our top 10 Trust places for culture vultures!
Our properties offer fun activities for all ages!
Gala honored Phyllis Logan, Downton Abbey's Mrs. Hughes, on Thursday, April 14, 2016
We have met an anonymous challenge to support the restoration of the historic Percy Cane-designed garden at Falkland Palace.
2015 marks the 15th year of grant making for the NTSUSA
Learn more about conservation efforts at the internationally important Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve.
Delve into Hugh Miller’s extraordinary life and achievements.
An account and photographs of Outlander behind-the-scenes
In 1947, the 800-year-old Brodick Castle was paid a very special royal visit!
Preston Mill's Outlander makeover.
Preston Mill and its Outlander fame
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