Explore Edinburgh Castle and Edinburgh's Deaf history with Deaf tour guide John Hay, whose BSL tour will be translated into English by interpreter Linda Duncan.
Join The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh online for this talk which explores how and why the casualty department was transformed over the course of the 20th century!
Join the Surgeons Hall Museums on their weekend walking tour through Edinburgh’s old town and hear tales of old Edinburgh, disease, dissection and curious methods of treatment.
Victorian developments had a major impact on Holyrood Park. Join us on a guided walk to discover more about these and the ideas behind them.
Join Historic Scotland and friends from the Scottish Crannog Centre as we journey back in time 2,500 years and learn about the crannogs that were built on Linlithgow Loch!
Explore Linlithgow Palace with Deaf historian John Hay, whose BSL tour will be translated into English by interpreter Linda Duncan.
Come along to a weekend of medieval life at Aberdour as you wander through the living history camp, try some of the activities on offer and watch knights in combat.
Was the last man hanged in Dundee really Jack the Ripper? Join the audience for The People versus Jack the Ripper© and hear investigative journalist Michael Mulford lay out the evidence.
Join our curator and one of our specialist guides for an interesting two hour talk and tour of Hill of Tarvit’s painting treasures.
Meet men at arms and join the Renaissance court at Aberdour Castle as you hear them discuss politics of the day and show arms and armour of the period.
This exhibition, drawn from Historic Environment Scotland's archives, explores Scotland's relationship to the sea and its impact on everyday life.
Have fun discovering Glasgow with a self-guided, heritage walk with a treasure hunt theme from Curious About!
Join Glasgow Music City Tours for a guided walking tour of several iconic Merchant City and East End music venues!
Discover your own city on a socially distanced walking tour of Glasgow with the team from Walking Tours in Glasgow!
Meet the specialist staff at GMRC and learn about their area of the museum collection... come and discover something new!
Glasgow Musuems Resource Centre is home to over a million treasures, come and see for yourself on one of their regular Behind the Scenes Tours!
Glasgow Central Tours offer you the chance to explore behind the scenes of Glasgow's most iconic and busiest landmarks, Central Station!
This is a 2.5-3 hour tour that will take you around all the main sites of the city, giving you an excellent opportunity to find out about Glasgow's rich history and culture!
The Lighthouse hold tours every Saturday, they offer a great opportunity to learn about The Lighthouse building, but also about the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the city he was born in!
The Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust will be opening its Bridgeton Bus Garage to the public on Sunday 2nd August for their annual Family and Community Open Day!
Kelvingrove Art Gallery are hosting a series of talks focusing on their newly acquired 17th Century Portrait of Lord Mungo Murray, by renowned artist John Michael Wright.
Join staff at Glasgow Museums Resource Centre for a themed tour of the collections stored at this unique site!
Join a Historic Tour of the University of Glasgow the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
The Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust opens its Bridgeton Bus Garage to the public on selected Sundays throughout the year!
Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust's Annual Open Weekend returns for 2020 on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th October!
The 2021 Largs Viking Festival & Festival of Fire, marking the 1263 Battle of Largs, will be held between the 28th August and 5th September!
Pupils from S2 and S3 from three South Lanarkshire Secondary Schools have created a thought provoking and powerful exhibition to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Tenement Through Time is a new, innovative and interactive exhibition which explores tenement life in New Lanark between 1881-1971!
Take a tour of one of the finest private tombs in the country and the town's most striking historic landmark, Hamilton Mausoleum.
Built in the 12th century and steeped in history, Paisley Abbey is a fascinating building to visit, find out more on one of the regular guided tours!
Are you interested in recent history? Researchers in French studies at the University of Stirling have launched a new free online course called ‘Remembering Empire' and it's open to everyone.
Join us for a free guided tour of The Engine Shed, Scotland’s dedicated building conservation centre, and learn all about our traditional building!
Our Relaxed Visiting Hours are a time for young people with autism to explore and enjoy our conservation centre.
Discover how did William Wallace become Scotland’s first National Hero and how has he been remembered over the years during live actor performances at The National Wallace Monument.
On 14 July 1990, over 30,000 people gathered in Stirling to celebrate ‘A Day for Scotland’. This event commemorates the day 30 years on.
Our costumed historian will help to bring history to life with his array of weapons and facinating stories, helping you discover how the people and invaders of Scotland made and used weapons.
Explore Stirling Castle with Deaf tour guide John Hay, whose BSL tour will be translated into English by interpreter Linda Duncan.
Explore The Engine Shed with Deaf tour guide John Hay, whose BSL tour will be translated into English by interpreter Linda Duncan.
Join Stirling Old Town's most grumblesome Ghoul, the Happy Hangman, Jock Rankin, on a creepy, comic guided ghostwalk!
Be transported back to one of the most dramatic periods in Scottish History as you listen to costumed actors performing Tales from the Battlefield.
Come along to some special presentations at The Wallace Monument to mark important anniversaries in Wallace's life.
Who was William Wallace? Listen as a costumed actor gives you an insight into the life of Scotland’s National Hero.
Travel back in time as costumed actors bring to life the main events of William Wallace and Andrew de Moray’s victory in 1297 at the Battle of Stirling Bridge.