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12 iconic Scottish bridges

There is an impressive range of bridges in Scotland, many of which were designed by Scots and built by Scottish...

Scottish tartan – explained

Wondering which tartan you can wear? If there’s a clan tartan out there for you? Or what the difference is...

National Museum of Flight – celebrate a century of Scottish aviation history

Cast your eyes on the brand new displays at the National Museum of Flight in East Lothian, which are hosted...

The Kelpies: the mane attraction at The Helix

Just imagine this: travelling along an unremarkable section of motorway, when, seemingly out of nowhere, two gigantic, glinting horse heads,...

7 Creepy Abandoned Places in Scotland

There’s something eerily fascinating about abandoned places, melancholy reminders of previous eras with seemingly little purpose in the modern world....

Arms at the ready! Relive the era of Jacobite Scotland

Ye Jacobites by name, lend an ear, lend an ear! Robert Burns, 1791 In the year that marks 300 since...

8 top tips for visiting Stirling

We asked people on Twitter and Facebook where they would take first time visitors to Stirling, and had a great response – thanks...

Armed Forces Day, Stirling: We talk to the Red Arrows

For me personally, the sleek jets of the Red Arrows flying in formation, with their unmistakable blue, red and white...

7 great ways to commemorate the Battle of Bannockburn 1314

1314 is date firmly imprinted onto the Scottish psyche. Ask why it is significant and without hesitation you’ll be told...

Discover more about the man who will lead thousands at Pipefest

June 27 2014 won’t be any old day for Pipe Major Ian Duncan. It will be the day he is...

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