North of Scotland Top Attractions

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Rob Roy's Grave


Situated in the grounds of Balquhidder Church, Rob Roy's Grave lies in a beautiful spot at the foot of Kirkton Glen and is only a short distance from Callander. As well as Rob Roy's grave, beside which lie the graves of his wife, son and brother, there are other interesting tombstones here as well as the ruins of the old church.

Scone Palace


Only 30 minutes from Dundee, Scone Palace is the one-time crowning place of Scottish Kings, and home of the Earls of Mansfield. Palace, magnifcent collections of objets d'art, hundred acres of garden with woodland walks, shops, restaurants, unique Murray Star maze and pinetum.

St Andrews - The Old Course

St Andrews

Over 600 years, one simple track hacked through the bushes and heather has developed into six golf courses – the world-famous Old Course and its sister courses, The New, The Jubilee, The Eden, The Strathtyrum and The Balgove, all run by the St Andrews Links Trust.

Aberdeen Art Gallery


Aberdeen’s splendid Art Gallery houses an important fine art collection with particularly good examples of 19th, 20th and 21st century works, a rich and diverse applied art collection and an exciting programme of special exhibitions

Aberdeen Maritime Museum


The City's award-winning Maritime Museum brings the history of the North Sea to life. View displays and exciting exhibitions on the offshore oil industry, shipbuilding, fishing and clipper ships then visit the shop and licensed café.

Arbroath Abbey


Founded in 1178, Arbroath Abbey is associated with the Declaration of Arbroath when in 1320, Scotland's nobles swore their independence from England. New visitor centre gives full history.

Ben Lomond


Rising from the east shore of Loch Lomond to a height of 3,194ft, the Ben offers exhilarating walking and spectacular views all round.

Blair Athol Distillery


The information provided for tourists is well laid-out and stimulating and the shop seemed to be doing a brisk trade, where the vast majority of Blair Athol malt in the world is sold.

Blair Castle


Set in extensive parklands, Blair Castle, traditional home of the Dukes of Atholl, offers a unique experience of Scotlands Past and Present.

British Golf Museum

St Andrews

The British Golf Museum traces the history of golf, in both Britain and abroad, from the middle ages to the present day. The museum looks at all aspects of the game, from the evolution of its laws to iconic players.
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