Historic sites in Scotland

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Visit the historic sites in Scotland which include a battle site, churchyards and a stone monument commemorating Robert the Bruce’s first victory.

There are a variety of historic sites in Scotland which will shed light on the past, illuminating the important stories from the country’s history.

Plan your trip to the historic sites in Scotland using the information listings.

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  1. Gradings

    Stenness

    One of the most famous sites in Orkney.

  2. Earl's Palace

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    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Birsay

    The palace was built in the late 16th century by 'Black Patie' - the unpopular Earl Robert Stewart.

  3. Lochmaben Castle

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    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Lockerbie

    Lochmaben's magnificent ruins are a fine example of a 14th-century Z-plan Scottish tower house.

  4. Largs

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Largs

    Alexander III fought and routed Haakon IV of Norway.

  5. Gradings

    • 5 Visitor Attraction
    5 Visitor Attraction

    West Kilbride

    Welcome to Hunterston B Power Station

  6. Nigg Old Church

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    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Tain

    Welcome to Nigg Old Church

  7. Gradings

    South Mainland

    Welcome to Sumburgh Head Lighthouse Visitor Centre and Nature Reserve

  8. Bruce's Stone

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    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    New Galloway

    The Bruce's Stone is at the top of the hill on the north side of Loch Trool.

  9. Gradings

    Stranraer

    Castle Kennedy, now a romantic ruin is believed to have been standing in the 14th Century however there are sadly no surviving pictures, since the Castle and virtually all its contents were destroyed by fire in 1716.

  10. Britannia Panopticon Music hall

    Type

    Historic Buildings & Homes

    Gradings

    Glasgow

    Come and see the world’s oldest surviving music hall – The Britannia Panopticon Only a few steps from busy Argyle Street. Opened in 1857 as Britannia Music Hall it is famed for the debut of Stan Laurel and early cinema. Now a living museum.

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