Category: Heritage

New year’s resolutions for your home

Thursday 13 January 2022


From a bit of TLC to living a greener life, check out our top tips to help your historic home throughout the New Year.

Sundials, fountains and glasshouses: three gems you might find in Scotland’s historic gardens

Wednesday 2 June 2021


We’ve all got to know our local green spaces pretty well lately. But there are still hidden gems out there in Scotland’s landscapes for you to uncover. Here we take a look at glasshouses, fountains and sundials.

Exploring tenement building details: a walk around Edinburgh

Tuesday 22 December 2020


Scottish tenements boast many beautiful details. Take a tenement tour around Edinburgh and discover some of the unique flourishes that make these buildings so special.

A Beginners Guide to Scotland’s Historic Burials Sites

Thursday 29 October 2020


With a long history of expansion, adaptation, reuse and evolution, Scotland’s historic burial sites contain some of the country’s oldest architectural remains. But as well as the historic, they showcase modern design and craft skills. Learn how they have evolved and adapted, and how some are being used in new ways.

Hidden gems in Scotland’s historic gardens

Friday 1 May 2020


For National Gardening Week, learn all about buildings you might find in historic gardens. From doocots to bee boles, discover what they tell us about the people who once built and used them.

Alexander Greek Thomson: Glasgow’s Great Visionary Builder

Thursday 9 April 2020


Classical architecture, Alexander "Greek" Thomson is one of Scotland's most influential architects. As his work becomes increasingly popular over 140 years after his death, we take a look into his life and achievements.

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