Looking for somewhere to celebrate #BurnsNight? Robert Burns Birthplace Museum will be serving a traditional Burns Supper at the place where it all began.

The Burns Supper

Art lovers may enjoy this talk, by Mark McLean from Newhailes, on Allan Ramsey’s painting ‘“Miss Murray”: Notes on a Prodigious Portrait’. Mark will be exploring the picture’s late-baroque flair and the fascinating background and strong character of Agnes herself.

“Miss Murray”: Notes on a Prodigious Portrait

Are you interested in the great outdoors? Grey Mare's Tail Nature Reserve is currently looking for volunteers to help at the Information Trailer from April to September.
It was an unlucky Friday 13th for the Hermitage last week as strong winds brought down its tallest and one of Scotland’s tallest tree.
Celebrate #BurnsNight early with the Haggis Hooley at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. Enjoy a traditional Burns Supper followed by a night of Ceilidh dancing.

Haggis Hooley

The North East Ranger Service captured this great footage of a curious fox at Craigievar Castle recently.
Join us for Burns biggest birthday party Robert Burns Birthplace Museum! To celebrate we’ll be opening the front door of Burns Cottage for the first time in 100 years.

Burns Big Birthday Bash

Celebrate #Burnsnight with a traditional Burns supper in the place where it all began.

The Burns Supper

Dust off your kilts for the 28th Annual Reels Dance at Porchester Hall in London. All funds raised will be going towards our Countryside Ranger Apprenticeship Appeal.

28th Annual Reels Dance

Interested in photography? Mar Lodge Estate has teamed up with expert wildlife photographer Mark Hamblin to offer a unique holiday experience.

Wildlife Photography Holiday with Mark Hamblin

Thinking about a walk this weekend? We’ve picked out 11 great winter wonderlands for you to enjoy.

Winter Wonderlands

Celebrate #BurnsNight early at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum with our Haggis Hooley, which includes a Burns Supper and a ceilidh too.

Haggis Hooley (Fri 20 Jan)

Scottish wildcats are one of the UK’s most endangered species but we've spotted some at Drum Castle, Garden & Estate and Leith Hall Gardens & Estate in Aberdeenshire in recent months.

The Trust is currently monitoring dozens of sites across the north of Scotland for signs of activity. We're also involved in Saveourwildcats.
We're just pointing out that The Battle of Bannockburn Experience is open all year round. Visit to take your place on the battlefield and stand face-to-face with fearless medieval warriors.
Merry Christmas to all of our members, visitors and supporters. Without your support, we couldn't continue to look after Scotland's treasured places.

National Trust for Scotland

Still searching for that perfect last minute Christmas gift? Give someone a membership and they'll get unlimited access to Trust places across Scotland for a year! They'll be able to use it straight away too. Here's 12 reasons why it's a great gift.

12 Reasons to Buy Gift Membership

It's not too late to give someone a gift membership for Christmas. They'll be able to use it straight away and walk off their Christmas dinner at lots of iconic Trust locations. ⛰

12 Reasons to Buy Gift Membership | Refreshing walks

Visit Culloden Battlefield & Visitor Centre to get immersed in an infamous period of Scottish history and see it from both #Jacobite and Government perspectives.

Culloden Battlefield (Local Tourist) | Mess in the Ness

Giving someone a gift membership for Christmas means they get a whole year of experiences for free, even when it's raining. Experience the Battle of Bannockburn, discover the final Jacobite Rising at Culloden or get to know Scotland’s favourite son at the Robert Burns Birthplace.

12 Reasons to Buy Gift Membership | Places to hide from the rain