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  • Glenfinnan Monument at the head of Loch Shiel
    Glenfinnan Monument at the head of Loch Shiel
  • A detail of the National Wallace Monument on Abbey Craig, Stirling
    National Wallace Monument on Abbey Craig, Stirling
  • Looking up at a statue of Robert the Bruce on the castle esplanade with the National Wallace Monument behind, Stirling
    A statue of Robert the Bruce with the National Wallace Monument behind, Stirling
  • The Tomb of the Eagles, South Ronaldsay
    The Tomb of the Eagles, South Ronaldsay

Discover the stories and characters behind Scotland’s monument and ruins, which honour the country’s legends and reveal a colourful past. Many monuments are in memory of great people from kings to legends, while the ruins reveal ancient villages and how ancestors used to live.

Plan a trip around the monuments and ruins of Scotland and enjoy an historic day out.

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  1. Ruthwell Cross

    Type

    Monuments & Ruins

    Gradings

    Dumfries

    Thought to date back to around AD 680, this magnificent cross is one of the most famous and elaborate Anglo-Saxon monumental sculptures.

  2. Cultoon Stone Circle

    Type

    Monuments & Ruins

    Gradings

    Bowmore

    Cultoon Stone Circle is located approximately 4 miles from Portnahaven on the Isle of Islay.

  3. Bosta Iron Age House

    Type

    Monuments & Ruins

    Gradings

    Bernera

    Bosta Iron Age Forts on the Isle of Lewis were discovered after a series of rescue excavations in 1996.

  4. Doune Broch Centre

    Type

    Monuments & Ruins

    Gradings

    Lewis

    This visitor centre is located on the hillside next to the Doune Broch, one of the best preserved Iron Age brochs in Scotland.

  5. Kilmartin Glen

    Type

    Monuments & Ruins

    Gradings

    Kilmartin

    Kilmartin Glen is located between Oban and Lochgilphead, surrounding the village of Kilmartin, on the west of Scotland.

  6. Kilchurn Castle

    Type

    Castles

    Gradings

    Lochawe

    Kilchurn Castle was built in the mid-1400s by Sir Colin Campbell, 1st Lord of Glenorchy.

  7. Gradings

    Killin

    Owned by the MacNab Memorial Trust, this island contains the ancient burial ground of Clan MacNab who lived in the surroundings areas for almost a millennium.

  8. Centre for Stewardship

    Type

    Country Estates

    Gradings

    Falkland

    Welcome to Centre for Stewardship

  9. Broch of Gurness

    Type

    Monuments & Ruins

    Gradings

    • 4 Historic Attraction
    4 Historic Attraction

    Orkney

    The Broch of Gurness is one of the most outstanding surviving examples of an Iron Age settlement that is unique to northern Scotland.

  10. Midhowe Chambered Tomb

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Rousay

    Welcome to Midhowe Chambered Tomb

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