Scotland is packed full of monuments.  The articles in this category go into more depth on some of the monuments available to see in Scotland.
Robert Burns' Birthplace: Burns Cottage in Alloway

Burns Cottage in Alloway. Uncover the history, and immerse yourself in the surroundings that shaped his enduring poetry.

Burns Monument and Burns Memorial Gardens in Alloway

Journey through Alloway's Burns Monument & Gardens, a tribute to poet Robert Burns, one of Scotland's most famous sons.

The Faith, Hope, and Charity Statues in Inverness

Faith, Hope, and Charity statues in Inverness. Learn about their journey from atop the YMCA building to their rightful place in the city.

Ness Islands, a brilliant walk near Bught Park in Inverness

Ness Islands Walk is a fantastic short walk across two islands in the middle of the River Ness in Inverness.

The Prop of Ythsie: A tribute to the 4th Earl of Aberdeen

This interesting memorial tower exists a short distance from Ellon in northeast Scotland. Lovely walks and views.

The story of Ralston Cairn in Glencoe, west Scotland

Let's look at the story behind Ralston Cairn, situated in the breathtaking Glencoe Valley in west Scotland.

What is Scotland's National Animal? The unicorn!

The unicorn is Scotland's national animal, but why? Let's look at the history of the unicorn and why it was chosen by Scottish royality.

Spean Bridge Commando Memorial near Spean Bridge

A visit to Spean Bridge Commando Memorial, a fantastic monument to the heroic commandos of World War 2.

A visit to Clava Cairns located near Culloden battlefield

An amazing trip back in time to view the 4000 year old burial cairns and standing stones at Clava Cairns.

A visit to see the Kelpies, massive metal horsesheads near Falkirk.

The Kelpies - the largest equine sculptures in the world, at the Helix Park, Falkirk / Grangemouth.

Nelson's Tower - monument to Lord Nelson  in Forres, Moray

Nelson's Tower memorial, built in the 1800s to celebrate the victory at the Battle of Trafalgar during the Napoleonic wars.