Preston Mill – East Lothian: Complete Visitor Guide

Preston Mill is located next to the River Tyne in picturesque farming country in the heart of East Lothian.

The mill dates from the 18th-century and was used commercially until the 1950s but is now open as a tourist attraction managed by the National Trust for Scotland.

Discover this unique historic attraction with this guide which includes a 360° virtual tour.

Brodick Castle – Arran: Complete Visitor Guide

Brodick Castle, former seat of power of the Dukes of Hamilton, is a grand 19th-century castle located a few miles north of the town of Brodick on the Isle of Arran.

The castle is surrounded by an exceptionally large and well-maintained garden and country park and is currently managed by the National Trust for Scotland.

St. Giles Cathedral – Edinburgh: Complete Visitor Guide

St. Giles Cathedral has been a focal point for religious activity in Edinburgh for over 900 years, although the present structure that we see today can trace its roots back to the 14th century.

Due to its central location on The Royal Mile, St. Giles has become a popular tourist attraction and is an ideal stop-off point between excursions to the palace and the castle.

Culross – Fife: Complete Visitor Guide

The historic village of Culross is situated on the banks of the Firth of Forth where it overlooks the petrochemical works of Grangemouth to the south and the Longannet power station to the west.

Castle Sinclair Girnigoe – Caithness: Complete Visitor Guide

This castle (actually castles – more on that later) stands on one of the most dramatic viewpoints in Scotland (in my humble opinion) with a wild and windswept coastline that instantly brings to mind a scene from Game of Thrones rather than a tourist attraction thanks to its near-impenetrable cliff-face setting.

Wick Heritage Museum – Caithness: Complete Visitor Guide

Wick Heritage Museum in the North Highlands aims to promote the town’s history and culture through a collection of exhibits and artefacts.

The museum is located inside a large townhouse near Wick harbour where it showcases displays of Caithness glass, exhibits from the town’s fishing industry and much more.

John Knox House – Edinburgh: Complete Visitor Guide

John Knox House dates back to 1470 and can be found on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile.

The building is now a public museum that depicts the story of the Scottish enlightenment and the battles between Knox, Mossman, and Queen Mary through a series of displays and artefacts.