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The Blog

 Ruth Miller

Ruth enjoys art, movies and exploring Scotland.

 Latest Posts

7 surprising Scottish TV locations to explore

Lights, camera, action! To celebrate Scotland’s many starring roles on the small screen, we have created a new guide, TV...

Discover Scotland’s Storybook Trail

To celebrate Scotland’s many links with children’s literature, we have created Scotland’s Storybook Trail for bookworms of all ages to...

7 fun activities to try this World Outlander Day

How will you be spending World Outlander Day? Reading Diana Gabaldon’s thrilling books, binge watching the TV show? Both are...

Find Your Inner Avenger: 8 Awesome Superhero Activities

Where do superheroes go on holiday? Scotland of course! To celebrate Edinburgh featuring as a location in the newly released...

Six Degrees of Scotland

To mark the 90th Academy Awards we are celebrating Scotland’s own big screen appearances by creating Six Degrees of Scotland –...

On the Trail of Bloody Scotland

Scotland has produced and inspired many a dark tale. To celebrate this Historic Environment Scotland have teamed up with 12 of...

10 King Arthur Sites to Visit in Scotland

Many regions of the UK would be happy to claim King Arthur as their own. There are countless myths and...

Whisky Galore!

Whisky Galore! has been raising laughs for nearly 70 years. Compton Mackenzie’s popular 1947 novel inspired an unforgettable Ealing comedy...

Thomas Telford’s Greatest Scottish Constructions

Born near Langholm in Dumfries & Galloway in 1757,  Thomas Telford began work as a shepherd boy but went on...

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