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  • Looking down to the buildings of Ellisland Farm
    Ellisland Farm
  • House of Dun, Montrose
    House of Dun, Montrose
  • Looking over to the outside of the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh
    The Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh
  • Looking across the gardens to Paxton House
    Paxton House
  • Looking towards Scone Palace, a 19th century castellated mansion located north of Perth across the River Tay
    Scone Palace, the crowning place of Scottish kings, north of Perth across the River Tay

Discover what it was like to live in one of Scotland’s historic buildings and homes as you explore the grand rooms and fine exhibits.

There is a wide variety of properties across the country that you can visit from grand former homes of kings and queens to mills and cottages of working Scots. This is a great way to uncover the history of Scotland and really see what life was like for people hundreds of years ago.

Use the information listings to plan a trip to the historic buildings and homes of Scotland.

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  1. The Globe Inn (Dumfries)

    Type

    Historic Buildings & Homes

    Gradings

    Dumfries

    Whether you are a Robert Burns enthusiast or just fancy a pint and some good food, The Globe Inn is a must visit.

  2. John Muir's Birthplace, Dunbar

    Type

    Historic Buildings & Homes

    Gradings

    • 5 Visitor Attraction
    5 Visitor Attraction

    Dunbar

    The birthplace of John Muir has been transformed into a stunning Interpretative Centre highlighting the work of the man known as 'the father of modern conservation'.

  3. Weaver's Cottage

    Type

    Exhibitions

    Gradings

    • 4 Visitor Attraction
    4 Visitor Attraction

    Kilbarchan

    This restored 18th century cottage recreates the living and working conditions of a typical handloom weaver.

  4. The Water Mill

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Motherwell

    Welcome to The Water Mill

  5. Thomas Carlyle's Birthplace

    Type

    Historic Buildings & Homes

    Gradings

    • 4 Visitor Attraction
    4 Visitor Attraction

    Annan

    A museum devoted to writer and historian Thomas Carlyle, one of the most influential thinkers in 19th century Britain.

  6. Souter Johnnie's Cottage

    Type

    Historic Buildings & Homes

    Gradings

    • 3 Historic House
    3 Historic House

    Kirkoswald

    Visit the fascinating cottage of the original Souter Johnnie, situated in Kirkoswald near the south west coast of Scotland.

  7. Hopetoun House

    Type

    Historic Buildings & Homes

    Gradings

    • 5 Historic House
    5 Historic House

    South Queensferry

    Hopetoun House, Scotland's finest stately home, is an important part of European architectural heritage situated in South Queensferry, outside Edinburgh.

  8. Rutherglen Town Hall

    Type

    Historic Buildings & Homes

    Gradings

    • 4 Arts Venue
    4 Arts Venue

    Rutherglen

    Rutherglen Town Hall was constructed in the mid-19th century in the Scottish Baronial style and was re-opened in 2005 following a £12.5million refurbishment.

  9. Holmwood House

    Type

    Historic Buildings & Homes

    Gradings

    • 4 Historic House
    4 Historic House

    Giffnock

    Holmwood House is a unique villa that has been described as the finest domestic design of the renowned Scottish architect Alexander 'Greek' Thomson.

  10. Barry Mill

    Type

    Historic Buildings & Homes

    Gradings

    • 3 Visitor Attraction
    3 Visitor Attraction

    Carnoustie

    Enjoy the splash of the waterwheel, and the sound and smell of grinding corn in this early 19th century working mill.

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