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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.
Historic Buildings & Homes
The Quendale Watermill is a beautifully restored 19th century overshot watermill complete with visitor centre and café.
The Setter Stone, erected thousands of years ago, is one of the tallest megaliths in Orkney.
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Barnhouse is an open site which is free to visit.
Welcome to North Ronaldsay Lighthouse and Visitor Centre - the oldest intact lighthouse in Scotland.
The palace was built in the late 16th century by 'Black Patie' - the unpopular Earl Robert Stewart.
Welcome to Castlehill heritage Centre. Castlehill Heritage Centre is operated by Castletown Heritage Society as a visitor experience and educational resource.
Explore the atmospheric Churchyard of St Kentigern, famous for its 8th and 9th century sculptures and connections with St Mungo, founder of Glasgow.
Adam’s Grave is located near Ardnadam Farm, 3 miles north of Dunoon on the A815.
Killiecrankie is a famous wooded gorge, where the Battle of Killiecrankie took place in 1689.
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