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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.
Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys
Visit the most northerly cathedral in Britain which was founded by the Viking Earl Rognvald in 1137.
One of the finest stone circles in the world.
Built & run entirely by volunteers, the Border Union Railway is the operational section of the old Waverley Route, heading both north & south from Whitrope Heritage Centre.
Explore the atmospheric Churchyard of St Kentigern, famous for its 8th and 9th century sculptures and connections with St Mungo, founder of Glasgow.
Parks & Gardens
Welcome to Bughtrig Garden
The Battle of Bannockburn centre is situated at one of the most important historic sites in Scotland.
Welcome to Hoda Productions
Take a walk through the Stanraer 19th Century Harbour, where the original pier survives today.
Historic Buildings & Homes
The Quendale Watermill is a beautifully restored 19th century overshot watermill complete with visitor centre and café.
Visit this small ruin perched on a hill near Oban which was once a formidable stronghold of Clan MacDougall.
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