Scotland is packed full of wonderful museums, showcasing not only local Scottish history but history from all over the world too.  The articles here relate to museums in Scotland.
Leith Hall, a lovely mansion house in Aberdeenshire.

Delve into the storied past of Leith Hall, from its 17th-century beginnings to its significance during wartime.

Highland Folk Museum near Kingussie

Experience Scotland's rich history, from traditional crofts to age-old customs, in this expansive open-air setting.

A Family Journey through the Robert Burns Museum in Alloway

Journey through the life of Scotland's National Bard at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway.

Discover Highland History & Art at Inverness Museum

Experience the rich history and culture of the Scottish Highlands at the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery.

The fantastic 5-star Historylinks Museum in Dornoch

A visit to the fantastic Historylinks Museum in Dornoch. It contained a wealth of information, items and exhibits, including a desiccated cat!

Morayvia Aerospace Museum based in Kinloss

A spur of the moment visit to Morayvia, a brilliant aerospace museum based in Kinloss with many fantastic exhibits.

Dunrobin Castle, one of Scotland's great houses

Held by the Sutherland clan for over 700 years, Dunrobin Castle is steeped in history and has a beautiful Victorian garden.

A list of the best things to <br>see and do in Moray

Often overlooked by holiday makers, Moray is a fantastic county packed with interesting things to see and do.

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.

A budget conscious collection of free things to do in Edinburgh

A visit to Edinburgh need not be expensive, here are some free activities you can do on your visit.