Clan itineraries A - L

Take a look through our clan itineraries and follow a planned route around Scotland visiting attractions, ruins and sites which have connections to your clan. See ruined castles and battle sites, visit museums to find out about life long ago, and take in the beautiful landscapes which have barely changed since the days of your ancestors.

Looking across moorland to Hermitage Castle, north of Newcastleton

Clan Armstrong

Follow this itinerary and learn about the Armstrong clan, whose origins reach back to the Anglo-Danes of the 11th century.

Edinburgh Castle and the Ross Fountain, Princes Street Gardens

Clan Barclay

Discover the stories and places in Scotland where Clan Barclay chiefs and their descendants have left their mark.

Robert the Bruce statue at Bannockburn Heritage Centre

Clan Bruce

This itinerary takes you around Scotland to find the stories, artefacts and landscapes which are connected to Clan Bruce.

Looking down a busy Buchanan Street from the steps in front of the Royal Concert Hall

Clan Buchanan

Follow this Clan Buchanan itinerary from charming cities through to rolling lowlands and beautiful forests and woodlands.

Glenfinnan Monument at the head of Loch Shiel

Clan Cameron

The Clan Cameron itinerary will take you to the lands once home to your courageous ancestors and help you explore their stories.

Castle Campbell

Clan Campbell

The itinerary takes you around the beautiful and rugged northern area of Scotland where the Campbells have left their marks.

Inveraray Castle, Argyll

Clan Chattan

The Clan Chattan itinerary takes you to the Island of Bute and through the Highlands to visit the lands of your ancestors.

An aerial view over Inchmahome Island, Lake of Menteith

Clan Cumming

Follow the Clan Cumming itinerary and explore places steeped in the myths, legends, and heritage of your ancestors.

Culloden Battlefield at dusk, near Inverness

Clan Davidson

Explore your connections with Clan Davidson. Discover the stories and see the places where the Davidsons have left their mark.

Driving past the sign for Castle Douglas, Scotland's only designated Food Town

Clan Douglas

Follow this Clan Douglas itinerary and discover the oldest and most famous of the Scottish Border Clans.

Craigievar Castle

Family Sempill

Uncover the story of Family Sempill on this five-day itinerary and discover the lands where Sempill clansmen made their mark.

The outside of Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire

Clan Farquhar

Visit the lands of the ‘fighting Farquharsons’ with this itinerary.

Looking along the main driveway to Castle Fraser

Clan Fraser

Discover your Clan Fraser connections by following this fascinating ancestry itinerary around Scotland.

View of Fyvie Castle from the grounds outside

Clan Gordon

Use this itinerary to uncover the myths, legends and heritage of Clan Gordon.

Looking across the bay at Drumnadrochit to Urquhart Castle

Clan Grant

Follow this Clan Grant itinerary and visit the places connected to the history and legends of your ancestors.

St Magnus Cathedral and Kirkwall

Clan Gunn

Explore the dramatic landscapes and seascapes of the north of Scotland, the ancestral homeland of Clan Gunn.

The main street through Maybole, South Ayrshire

Clan Kennedy

Clan Kennedy is mainly associated with the far south of Scotland, particularly the Carrick district in Ayrshire.

An aerial view over Inchmurrin island in Loch Lomond

Clan Lennox

Find out more about the ancient and powerful Lennox Earldom with this handy itinerary.

Looking towards Blair Castle with the Grampian Mountains beyond

Clan Leslie

The Leslie clan has a long and noble history and was founded by a Hungarian nobleman who came here in 1067.

Visitors approaching the large baronial style Glamis Castle

Clan Lindsay

The Lindsays came to prominence in both Scotland and England in the 11th century.

Callendar House

Clan Livingstone

Clan Livingstone flourished in two areas of Scotland. This itinerary takes you to West Lothian, Stirling, Argyll and Inverness.

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