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  • Churchill Barrier
    Churchill Barrier
  • Visitors at the Ring of Brodgar, Mainland
    The Ring of Brodgar, Mainland
  • The Royal Yacht Britannia
    The Royal Yacht Britannia

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.

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  1. Churchill Barriers

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    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    South Ronaldsay

    These four causeways were built after the sinking of the HMS Royal Oak while it lay at harbour in Scapa Flow in October 1939.

  2. Gradings

    Hawick

    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.

  3. Cairnpapple Hill

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    • 4 Historic Attraction
    4 Historic Attraction

    Bathgate

    One of the most important prehistoric monuments on the mainland of Scotland, Cairnpapple was used as a burial and ceremonial site from about 3000 to 1400 BC.

  4. Hoda Productions

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Edinburgh

    Welcome to Hoda Productions

  5. Churchyard Of St Kentigern

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Lockerbie

    Explore the atmospheric Churchyard of St Kentigern, famous for its 8th and 9th century sculptures and connections with St Mungo, founder of Glasgow.

  6. Gradings

    • 4 Museum
    4 Museum

    Stirling

    The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Museum traces over 200 years of one of Scotland’s elite military regiments - The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.

  7. Bruce's Stone

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    New Galloway

    The Bruce's Stone is at the top of the hill on the north side of Loch Trool.

  8. Earl's Palace

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Birsay

    The palace was built in the late 16th century by 'Black Patie' - the unpopular Earl Robert Stewart.

  9. St Vigeans Sculptured Stones

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Arbroath

    One of the most important and celebrated collections of Pictish carved stones is now re-displayed to reveal the detail of these internationally important carvings at St Vigeans Sculptured Stones.

  10. Old Man of Hoy

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Hoy

    Hoy means 'High Island' from the Old Norse 'HAEY'.

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