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The distillery closest to the heart of Glasgow rests at the foot of the Old Kilpatrick Hills, overlooking the river Clyde. Auchentoshan, meaning 'Corner of the Field' in Gaelic, produces a delicate, smooth and light single malt whisky. The subtle aroma and flavour of the spirit is achieved by the unique triple distillation process, whereby the spirit is distilled not twice, as elsewhere in Scotland, but instead, three times resulting in a malt whisky with an extremely refined character.
|Blair Castle (2005)|
Dating from 1269 Blair Castle has been the home of the Atholl family for over 700 years. Set in the dramatic scenery of Strath Garry, it commands a strategic position on the route north, welcoming guests as Scotland's most visited private home. The skirl of pipes can be heard outside, while within, the thirty rooms on display offer an infinite variety of fine objects, beautiful plaster work and exceptional collections of arms, china and lace, furniture and pictures to mention just a few of the highlights of the tour.
|Calderglen Country Park (2005)|
Take a break from the weather and visit the Conservatory with it's varied collection of plants and animals from around the world. Gardening and Zoo staff will be on hand and happy to answer your plant and pet queries. Throughout the year there are a variety of events held at the country park including the
|Drumpellier Country Park (2005)|
The lochs at Drumpellier are part of a chain of Kettle Ponds formed towards the end of the last ice age. As the glacier that covered most of Scotland slipped down towards the sea it churned up great tracts of land. This created the
great lochs, such as Lomond and Linnhe, and also produced small pockets of water such as the Garnkirk chain of Hogganfield, Frankfield and Bishops lochs including Woodend and Lochend, Drumpellier's two lochs.
Dunaskin was always unique. An Industrial Ironworks in the heart of beautiful Ayrshire countryside. Today that unique combination creates a visitor attraction where you'll find something for all the family. There's the Mary Gallagher Experience : an audio visual which recreates Ayrshire life in the 19th and early 20th centuries. For younger children there's the new Furnace Play Tower. Teenagers can interact with our Billy the Brick Computer Quiz.
|Heroes of the Ice (2005)|
Discovery Point is an award winning attraction and museum. The exhibitions are a mix of state of the art audio visual and computer based multimedia, alongside displays of actual artefacts that belonged to Scott and his brave crew. For a trip to remember visit Discovery Point.
|High Days Holidays (2005)|
You can be assured that every individual working with us is of the highest calibre. We take great care to ensure all our Associates are well organised, capable, calm and able to add something, whatever the occasion. In addition we obtain Enhanced Disclosure on everybody working with us. We can provide gift vouchers to any value, allowing your special person to decide how they would like to spend their time.
|Hunter House (2005)|
Hunter House was home to John and William Hunter, famous medical brothers who were born and raised here in the 18th century. The story begins with their childhood years and ends with fame and fortune, their reward for discoveries that still affect modern surgery and anatomy today. The museum is a fascinating combination of traditional and modern methods to describe anatomy and surgery in a way which especially interests children.
|Inverarary District (2005)|
Just one-and-a-half hours from Glasgow and including Inveraray Castle, home of the Duke and Duchess of Argyll. Since the early 15th century, Inveraray Castle has been the headquarters of the Clan Campbell. The present castle was built in the third quarter of the 18th century. Includes many other attractions including Inveraray Jail, The Bell Tower and Argyll Wildlife Track.
|Kilmahog Woollen Mill (2005)|
Shopping in enchanting, historical Scotland. Discover a 250 year old mill from Scotland's textile and industrial heritage, complete with original waterwheel. Built in 1758 originally a flax mill producing the famous Kilmahog rug. With Clan Alba re-enactment group featuring authentic Scottish Clan costumes, the performance gives a glimpse of Scotland's past battles using swords and battleaxes and offers the opportunity for visitors to try on the plaid (Original Highland Dress).
|Loch Lomond Seaplanes (2005)|
Loch Lomond and Trossachs Panorama: soaring over the magnificent mountains and lochs of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. this excursion captures the imagination. Take off from romantic Loch Lomond for stunning views over the Trossachs and Arrochar. There are 18 lochs in the National Park alone as well as some of Scotland's finest munros over 3000 feet.
|Museum of Lead Mining (2005)|
Wanlockhead is Scotland's highest village, sitting over 1500 feet up in the dramatic scenery of the Lowther Hills. At the Museum of Lead Mining visitors can explore the rich culture and heritage of Wanlockhead and its people. Discover "GOD'S TREASURE HOUSE IN SCOTLAND" where 300 years of Gold and Lead Mining history are brought to life. The Museum of Lead Mining has something for everyone, and offers unique learning opportunities for all ages.
|NTS Bannockburn (2005)|
Here, in 1314, Bruce gathered his men to take on the army of King Edward II. Despite facing a greater number of professional troops, Bruce's men routed the English forces - a victory that meant freedom for Scotland from oppressive English rule. The sense of history here is tangible and Bannockburn is still a focus for Scottish pride today. You can find out what inspired this great Scottish victory at the Bannockburn Heritage Centre and walk the battlefield.
|NTS Brodick Castle (2005)|
The castle, ancient seat of the Dukes of Hamilton, was the home of the Duke and Duchess of Montrose until 1957. Imagine what it must have been like to live in this fantastic location, surrounded by fine paintings, antique furniture and precious objects, all of which you can still see today. If you hear any mysterious sounds during your visit - don't be alarmed. It could be one of the many ghosts who've reputedly shared the castle with the owners over its Boo-year history.
|NTS West Coast Gardens (2005)|
Including Culzean Country Park: whether you're a keen gardener, an avid antiques collector or happy just to soak up some history, Culzean is a great place to spend the day. Out around the country park, miles of waymarked paths lead you on a voyage of discovery through majestic woodland. Head for the Deer Park or the Cliff Walk, or seek out the estate's hidden treasures like Adam's ruined arch, the 'Roman' viaduct, the Camellia House or the pagoda.
|Scone Palace (2005)|
Visit Scone Palace, the crowning place of Scottish Kings, where Macbeth, Robert the Bruce and Charles II were crowned. Scone breathes history like nowhere else in Scotland. It is the family home of the Earls of Mansfield and the ancient crowning place of Scottish Kings on the Stone of Scone. It was the capital of Pictavia in the 5th Century onwards. Medieval Parliaments were held at Scone and it was immortalised in Shakespeare's Macbeth.
|Scottish Wool Centre (2005)|
In the 'heart' of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park you will find the Scottish Wool Centre, here you will discover something for all the family! During summer months don't miss the chance to have your photo taken with your favourite bird of prey. Quality Shopping: browse through a beautiful collection of Scottish knitwear including cashmere, lambswool and chunky Arans. You'll also find a great choice of performance outerwear and classic country clothing.
We've been going since the 12th century, and we've had quite a few visitors and residents. These include the Dukes of Hamilton (Avondale Castle), the Covenanters (trail signposted), waning religious factions, radicals, weavers (James Wilson), millers at the Town Mill (now an arts centre) and Sir Harry Lauder, first knight of the music hall. Find out more at the John Hastie Museum in the Park. Also in the Park there is the boating pond and children's play areas as well as tennis courts, putting and bowling greens.
|Wild Walk Loch Lomond (2005)|
The lush Trossachs forests were the home of Scotland's famous Rob Roy, who roamed the area to steal from the rich I and provide for the poor; Loch Katrine is the romantic backdrop to Sir Walter Scott's legendary stories. We walk to enjoy open views over Loch Katrine and across to the west as far as the Arrochar Alps and visit Loch Lomond at Inversnaid for a stroll along the shore and the famous West Highland Way.
|Almond Valley Heritage Trust (2004)|
An award-winning museum packed full of things to prod, sniff, shake and discover. Inside the museum building you can crawl through tunnels, discover fossils, invest your savings in the shale oil industry, be a sanitary inspector, blow oily bubbles and recycle your rubbish. Throughout the year there are experiments and activities that everyone can join in . Outside on Mill Farm, you'll meet all sorts of friendly animals and get face to face with iambs, chicks and other new arrivals .
|Antartex Village (2004)|
Only minutes from the Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond and a 25 minute drive from Glasgow, Antartex Village is a unique factory shopping experience. You can visit the mill and factory shops and take your pick from a vast array of classic knitwear, leisurewear and outdoor clothing. You will find fashions for all the family and discover some amazingly low prices too.
|Burns House Museum (2004)|
Known locally as Mauchline Castle, this 15thcentury tower was built as the headquarters of the Ayrshire lands of the Cistercian Abbey of Melrose. When in use it would have been the largest and most substantial building in the parish . The house next to the castle was the home of Burns's friend and patron Gavin Hamilton. The house and grounds are private property. Please respect the privacy of the occupants.
|Burns National Heritage Park (2004)|
Burns National Heritage Park in historic Alloway, is the birthplace of Scotland's National Poet, Robert Burns. It provides a unique insight into one of the World's most popular poets . In Burns Cottage, built in 1757 by the hands of his father, see the humble beginnings of a poet who dedicated his life to championing the cause of the common man.
|Cairngorm Mountain Railways (2004)|
Including a highly acclaimed exhibition devoted to the powerful then,, of the mountain and its harsh climate tells the story of how the mountains have evolved, and how wildlife has adapted to survive in such extreme conditions . As one of the last remaining wilderness areas in Europe the fragile environment is protected by European Law To protect this priceless resource and asset for future generations, Cairngorm Mountain operates a Visitor Management Scheme preventing access from the ptarmigan onto the mountain .
|Caithness Glassmakers (2004)|
Caithness Glass where the secrets of the art of glassmaking and a warm welcome await you. A visit to any of our Visitor Centres is a magical day out. Watch our glassmakers at work as they create beautiful glassware and paperweights. See the world renowned Caithness Glass being hand crafted by our skilled glassmakers. Well Stocked Factory Shop. Licensed Restaurant. Factory Shop.
|Camera Obscura (2004)|
For 150 years has fascinated visitors with its live moving panorama of the city. You too will be captivated by this unique experience as your guide entertains you with stories of Edinburgh's exciting past. Explore the wonders of light and illusion . Catch your shadow, shake hands with your ghost, discover a new you in the Morphing Machine... and much more hands-on fun . Interact with a fascinating array of Edinburgh images from Victorian and 3D cityscapes to the most sophisticated live view cams which you control .
|Chatelherault Country Park (2004)|
Between 1979 and 1987, it was restored by Historic Scotland and Hamilton District Council, and both the buildings and the countryside around them were opened to the public. ow Chatelherault is Visitor Centre, a stored building and country park all in _rle . What was once the kennels for the Duke's hunting dogs has been converted into a modern display gallery. It contains exhibitions on the area's history and wildlife and the story of Chatelherault itself.
|Clyde Muirshiel Heritage Park (2004)|
The Great Escape is right on your doorstep Just 20 minutes by road or rail from Central Glasgow. Whatever your age you'll appreciate the peace, open spaces and fantastic views. Our qualified members of staff are always more than happy to point you in the right direction. For a Great Escape and a healthy, family, fun day out come to Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park.
|Cruachan Power Station (2004)|
Discover the Heart of the Hollow Mountain Hidden deep within the mountain of Ben Cruachan on the shores of Loch Awe is Cruachan Power Station . Here, a short distance from Oban, you can discover one of the hidden wonders of the Highlands . A power station buried one kilometre below the ground . At its centre lies a massive cavern, high enough to house the Tower of London! Here enormous turbines convert the power of water into electricity, available to you in your home at the flick of a switch .
|Dalgarven Mill (2004)|
The first sound the visitor hears is the splash of the six metre diameter breastshot wheel, powered by the water of the River Garnock . Inside cats be heard the the growl and rattle of tire cast iron gearing when the wheel is turning. The first written evidence of a mill on this site is a fcu charter of 1 .573 signed by Gavin Hamilton, the Abbot of Kilwinning Abbey, however tradition places a mill her( in the fourteenth century.
|Edinburgh Crystal (2004)|
Marvel as the engraver creates delicate patterns and exquisite scenes on crystal. Using only a copper wheel, images of flowers, animals and Scotland's famous thistle come to life . Watch a master cutter transform a plain crystal glass into a beautiful piece of intricately cut crystal . His skill and dexterity will amaze you. Try cutting a glass yourself to really appreciate why it takes seven years of training to become one of our master cutters.
|Falkirk Wheel (2004)|
Take a trip aboard the world's first and only rotating boatlift, and experience a journey that reconnects the Glasgow to Edinburgh canal network. It's an amazing feat of engineering, and a spectacular day out. Boats leave for The Falkirk Wheel from the Visitor Centre every 30 minutes and take you on a unique 45-minute journey. You will travel from the Visitor Centre on to The Wheel and to the Union Canal, 35m above. That's the height of eight double decker buses. Sailing out of The Wheel, you'll be transported through Roughcastle Tunnel before your return descent on The Wheel, back to the Visitor Centre .
|Fort William Underwater Centre (2004)|
Why not have your wedding underwater with an audience of marine life to witness that once in a life time - never to be forgotten - special event in your life and of course your guests are welcome to join you either in or out of the water. Then have your wedding feast in our licensed restaurant to end your special day.
|Freeport Shopping Outlet (2004)|
FreeporL is Scotland's No.1 designer outlet village, which is why we're the only place to guarantee the best bargains . From designer clothes for men, women and kids to shoes and household goods, there's always up to 50% off high street prices (sometimes as much as 70%) . And, if the shopping wasn't enough fun, there's also plenty of stuff to keep your kids from getting bored and food that's as tasty as the clothes.
|Glen Moray Distillery (2004)|
Glen Moray, along with its sister distilleries Glenmorangie (near Tain) and Ardbeg (on Islay) make up the itinerary for the perfect journey. Each distillery produces a malt whisky that perfectly expresses its geographic characteristics: Glenmorangie, the Highland malt par excellence ; Glen Moray, a superb example of a Speyside malt whisky and Ardbeg, the 'ultimate' Islay malt . So, visit each of Glenmorangie plc's distilleries, taste some great whiskies, hear some great stories and see plenty of Scotland in between. The perfect journey!
|Glenmorangie Distillery (2004)|
Whether you're a whisky connoisseur or just fancy a very special day out, making the time to visit The Glen of Tranquillity is something you'll never regret . And that's a promise! For here, deep in the Highlands of Scotland on the shores of the Dornoch Firth, you can witness the age-old process that lies at the heart of Glenmorangie Single Highland Scotch Malt Whisky.
|Hillend Loch Cycling Path (2004)|
This 14 mile cycleway and footpath forms part of the Clyde to Forth National Cycle Route. It follows the line of the old All to Bathgate Junction Railway (opened in 1862 and closed to passengers in 1956 and to freight in the late 1980s) . The route starts at Drumgelloch Railway Station, Airdrie and ends near Bathgate Railway Station. It takes you along the shore of the Hillend Loch and offers fine views over the central plateau of Scotland, passing through Plains, Caldercruix and Blackridge .
|Inverary Castle (2004)|
"Inveraray Castle promises a gentle Reception and its interior cherishes every Hope". So wrote a visitor in 1789 as the present Castle building reached its completion. When in 1743 Archibald, Earl of Islay, succeeded to the title of 3rd Duke of Argyll he initiated one of the most imaginative rebuilding projects ever undertaken in the Highlands. The old 15th century fortified tower house was replaced by the present Castle and the Royal Burgh of Inveraray was re-established nearly half a mile to the south.
|Inverary Jail (2004)|
Enjoy the many exhibitions and discover what day to day life was like for the men, women and children who were once locked up here.
|Kilmartin House (2004)|
There are more than 350 ancient monuments within a six-mile radius of the village of Kilmartin, Argyll: 150 of them are prehistoric. This extraordinary concentration and diversity of monuments distinguishes the Kilmartin valley as an area of outstanding archaeological importance. Kilmartin House is a world-class centre for archaeology and landscape interpretation which combines a Museum of Ancient Culture and a unique and vibrant visitor centre including intense audio-visual experience "The Valley of Ghosts".
|Linlithgow Palace (2004)|
Linlithgow, an important royal residence, is now ruined, but enough of it still stands for the visitor to be able to conjure up in the imagination what life in such a vast palace must have been like. There are so many rooms, passages and stairways that its easy to get lost walking around. However the palace apartments are all arranged around a central courtyard, giving the air of some renaissance French chateaux, so it is easy to look through windows to get a bearing on where you are. Historic Scotland, who administer the care of the building, provide a detailed guide book which is available at the palace.
|Loch Lomond Shores (2004)|
Loch Lomond Shores is a principal gateway to Scotlandís first National Park. It is Scotlandís most spectacular visitor destination combining the beautiful environment with an outstanding mixture of leisure and shopping experiences overlooking the majesty of Loch Lomond. The wild beauty of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs has attracted poets, writers, sightseers and visitors for many generations - certainly back to the early 19th century when people began to travel here for a day out from the city, to enjoy its peace and tranquillity and perhaps a paddle-steamer cruise around the loch.
|Lochwinnoch Loch Cycling Park (2004)|
This 14 mile cycleway and footpath forms part of the Lochs and Glens Cycle Route. It starts at Paisley Canal Railway Station and follows the same route as National Cycle Network Route 75 until Johnstone. From there it heads south west to Kilbarchan, Lochwinnoch and Kilbirnie, passing by Castle Semple Loch, Barr Loch and Kilbirnie Loch . Castle Semple Loch is a nationally recognized site for wild birds and a Site of Special Scientific Interest .
|McManus Galleries Dundee (2004)|
McManus Galleries, Dundee is a remarkable Gothic building housing one of Scotland's most impressive collections of fine and decorative art, and award winning displays of local history, archaeology, wildlife and the environment. There's always something new to see and do with a changing programme of exhibitions, activities, events and displays .
|Mackinnon Mills (2004)|
For the post fourteen years Mackinnon Mills, situated at Coatbridge, has been producing high quality Scottish Knitwear at affordable prices . Can cater for the whole family with a wide range of fabulous high quality clothing at incredibly low prices. " Ladies, men's and children's clothing " Latest in High Street fashions & accessories.
|Maid of Forth (2004)|
Welcome to "Maid of the Forth" and a unique range of cruises on the Firth of Forth. we operate from South Queensferry in the shadow of the world famous Forth Rail Bridge, Scotland's most famous landmark. Cruise to Inchcolm, "The Iona of the East" and explore it's 12th Century Abbey or enjoy one of our Evening Jazz'n BBQ events. For nature lovers, the Inner Forth is rich in marine life, from both grey and common seals to the comical little Puffin.
|Motherwell Heritage Centre (2004)|
The strikingly modern Motherwell Heritage Centre was opened in 1996. It has since received an STB 4 star award and a Museum of the Year award for the best audio-visual presentation . the centre's gallery space hosts a variety of exhibitions, either produced from its own resources, galleries or on tour from other areas. Community projects tie in with many exhibitions and the meeting room acts as a popular venue for groups and societies . School visits are welcomed and teachers' packs are available on request .
|New Lanark Heritage Site (2004)|
Explore one of Scotland's top visitor attractions - less than an hour from Edinburgh & Glasgow. New Lanark World Heritage Site is a beautifully restored 18th century cotton mill village in Central Scotland, close to the Falls of Clyde and less than an hour from Edinburgh and Glasgow. On this website you will find details of our award-winning Visitor Centre and Hotel in the village, which is one of Scotland's top attractions, welcoming over 400,000 visitors every year from all over the world.
|Old Blacksmiths Gretna Green (2004)|
It you are seeking a relaxing coffee break or a full meal, then either of the Centre's two restaurants offer a wide range of freshly prepared meals and snacks . Alternatively, if your taste is for something stronger, then why not try a "wee dram" of whisky or your own favourite tipple in the Conservatory Bar overlooking the Sculpture Garden . where magnificent works by both ruinous and up and coming artists are on display, many reflecting the romantic history of then setting.
|Paisley and Clyde Cycling Path (2004)|
This 20 mile cycleway and footpath forms part of the Clyde to Forth National Cycle Route. It starts at Paisley Canal Railway Station, and ends in Gourock at the Railway Station and ferry terminal . Along the way it passes the town of Johnstone and crosses attractive open country between Bridge of Weir and Kilmacolm, before reaching Port Glasgow and Greenock on the Firth of Clyde.
|Perth Leisure Pool (2004)|
Leisure Pool Ideally situated in the heart of the 'Fair City', Perth Leisure Pool boasts superb facilities for all the family. Enjoy the excitement of FOUR fabulous pools. Relax in the luxurious surroundings of the modern Health Suite or workout in the fully equipped Fitness Studio . Toddlers will be totally amazed by the interactive water wonderland and parents will welcome our family friendly policy of admitting children under 5 years of age FREE to all pools.
|Rob Roy Visitor Centre (2004)|
Explore Rob Roy's Highland Home. Let a modern-day MacGregor be your guide in our fascinating film. The Trossachs, Rob Roy's home, is one of the most beautiful areas of Scotland with a fascinating array of wild plants and animals to discover among the rugged hills and sparkling lochs. So much so that the area is an integral part of Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park, Scotland's first National Park .
|Royal Yacht Britannia (2004)|
For over forty years The Royal Yacht Britannia served the Royal Family, travelling over one million miles to become the most famous ship in the world. Travelling to every corner of the globe, in a career spanning 968 royal and official visits, she played a leading role in some of the defining moments of recent history. To Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family, Britannia proved to be the perfect royal residence for glittering State Visits, official receptions, honeymoons and relaxing family holidays .
|Scottish Seabird Centre (2004)|
The Scottish Seabird Centre is an award winning wildlife visitor centre and one of Scotland's five star attractions. From its stunning location overlooking the sea and islands of the Forth, visitors enjoy a close encounter with nature to remember. A visit to the Scottish Seabird Centre is a must. There's always something new to see and do. Live "Big Brother" cameras, telescope deck, interactives and wildlife theatre. The ultimate in remote viewing, cameras on the islands beam back live panoramas and close-ups onto giant screens.
|Sea Fari Adventures (2004)|
Scotland's foremost sealife adventure boating specialists. Witness Scotland's unique marine life and coastal scenery, including the famous Corryvreckan Whirlpool, aboard our powerful high speed rigid hulled inflatable boats. Scotland's foremost sealife adventure boating specialists. Witness Scotland's unique marine life and coastal scenery, including the famous Corryvreckan Whirlpool, aboard our powerful high speed rigid hulled inflatable boats.
|Shambellie Museum of Costume (2004)|
Whether it's seeing what you would have worn in a bygone age or having a picnic on the lawn, there's plenty to see and do at this splendid country house museum set in beautiful wooded grounds. Designed by renowned Scottish architect David Bryce, this Victorian house presents a fascinating look at fashion and social etiquette from the 1850s to the 1950s. Wonderful room settings with accessories, furniture and paintings complete a graceful Victorian and Edwardian environment of well-to-do living.
|Stirling Castle (2004)|
Guarding the main north-south and east-west routes across Scotland, Stirling Castle stands at a supremely important strategic crossroads. High on a volcanic outcrop, it played a major part in the Scottish struggle against English domination. Time and time again, it was besieged once again; involving, amongst others, great names like William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. It was here too that James II murdered the Earl of Douglas and had his body tossed from a window, and the castle was also the childhood home of the ill-fated Mary Queen of Scots.
|Scotland's Forests (2004)|
Scotland was once well covered with natural forests with Caledonian pinewoods of Scots pine in the north and the oak and birch woods in the west. Alder and willow would have been common along the burns and on the wet, boggy soils. Over many centuries, the people of Scotland cut or burned the trees to clear land for farming and for wood as fuel or building material . Too much grazing by sheep, cattle, deer and rabbits stopped new growth.
|Scottish Seabird Centre (2004)|
Located on a rocky promontory on the north side of North Berwick Harbour, the Scottish Seabird Centre intends to use the latest technology to promote the appreciation and study of seabirds, together with the wider environment. Opened in 2000 by Charles, Prince of Wales, the centre occupies a futuristic building which makes use of traditional and environmentally-sustainable materials in its construction.
|Scottish Weavers (2004)|
Moffat Woollen Mill is home to the Clan Tartan Centre, where you can trace your Clan history. Our archive computer provides visitors with a printed Clan certificate detailing any Clan connection. Regular weaving demonstrations on the Hattersley Looms. Spirit of Scotland Whisky Shop, The Clan Tartan Centre, Highland Dre3ss, cashmere and a huge range of ladies, men's and children's fashions, great selection of Scottish Gifts And Souvenirs. Traditional Scottish Welcome awaits in the Weavers Restaurant - 258 seats
|Summerlee Heritage Park (2004)|
For an early industrial crane shed, this magnificent exhibition hall houses displays of working machinery from local industries . There's also a variety of olden days furnishings, from a wash-house to a dentist's - and even the 'dock' from the former High Court of Glasgow! Don't miss seeing Scotland's leading industrial heritage attraction! Summerlee Heritage Park's 22 acres include a huge all-weather exhibition hall, Scotland's only working electric tramway and a re-created underground mine with `miners' row' .
Superb modern building, home to award winning 'Technopolis' audio visual experience on the area's heritage . Exhibition gallery and family history research room, Panoramic views of the Clyde Valley from tower. Visit Scotland '4 Stars' grading . Closed Mondays and Tuesdays . 22 acres of both indoor and outdoor attractions! Scotland's only working electric tramway: huge exhibition hall with working machinery, re-created addit mine and miners' row.
|Vikingar Largs (2004)|
The award winning Vikingar! is situated adjacent to the promenade in the beautiful coastal town of Largs, and boasts views over the Firth of Clyde, the Isles of Cumbrae and beyond. In addition to the historical and action packed Viking Experience, a host of other leisure facilities are on offer, making Vikingar! the ideal day out for all the family.
|Wallace Monument Stirling (2004)|
ITS easy to see why so many battles were fought here . For any army occupying Scotland, Stirling was the key strategic position at the gateway to the Highlands. Today the scene is altogether more peaceful . Climb the 220ft tower and be rewarded with one of the most awe-inspiring views in Scotland - a 360į panorama out towards Ben Lomond in the West and as far as the Forth Bridges in the East .