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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.
Food & Drink Attraction
Welcome to Pitscurry Project
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.
Parks & Gardens
Rouken Glen Park, at 143 acres, is one of the largest parks in Scotland and in the top 10 most visited.
Delve deep into the past into one of Edinburgh's most intriguing and enigmatic sites and discover Edinburgh's best kept secret.
Visit Govan Old Church and discover the unique collection of early medieval stones carved in the 9th – 11th centuries to commemorate the power of those who ruled the Kingdom of Strathclyde.
Papa Westray is one of Orkney’s smaller isles, only about six square miles in extent, and much less hectic than its bigger neighbours in Orkney.
Explore the atmospheric Churchyard of St Kentigern, famous for its 8th and 9th century sculptures and connections with St Mungo, founder of Glasgow.
Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys
Every year thousands of visitors enjoy the picturesque setting of Dunkeld Cathedral and take in its religious history.
Welcome to Aberlour Memorial Garden and Clock Tower
The Bruce's Stone is at the top of the hill on the north side of Loch Trool.
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