From Edinburgh Castle to the Glenfinnan Monument, Scotland's landmarks entice visitors from near and far. Whether you want to photograph some castle ruins or climb to the top of a historic monument like The National Wallace Monument in Stirling, you are really spoilt for choice. Explore the links on this page for a taster of what you can expect.
Historic buildings and heritage sites
Interested in taking a look round some the famous buildings in Scotland? Did you know Scotland has 13 UNESCO World Heritage designations? These include the Heart of Neolithic Orkney and the Forth Bridge, which welcome visitors all year round. Taking a virtual tour may inspire you to visit the real Scottish buildings including castles, towers and brochs.
Check out this blog on virtual tours of Scottish heritage sites
Accessible Historic Attractions
Scotland is a welcoming place. In fact, many of our attractions are dedicated to offering visitors an inclusive experience. This means that anyone, regardless of disability, can enjoy our historic attractions without barriers. This includes our iconic castles and battlefields.
Read about Scotland's most accessible castles and battlefields by Euan's Guide