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The Antonine Wall

Take in the most northern frontier of the Roman Empire, which runs roughly 63km (39 miles) from Old Kilpatrick in West Dunbartonshire to Carriden, near Bo’ness, on the Firth of […]

Wee Adventures

Finnieston Crane

Reader suggestion.  The iconic crane on Clydeside that symbolises Glasgow’s industrial heritage is now a popular visitor attraction and an ideal spot for a picture. Find out more or discover […]

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Arlington Baths

A Victorian bathing complex run by its members; it is the oldest community club of its kind in the world and a beautiful location for a swim. Visit the Arlington […]

Big Adventures

Cramond Island

The island is linked to the mainland by a 1.6km (one mile) causeway, covered by several feet of water when the tide is in. It is a popular haunt for […]

Big Adventures

Scone Palace

Discover royal treasures on a tour of the palace’s decadent rooms, stroll with peacocks on the lawn, and navigate the Murray Star Maze of 2000 beech trees – this crowning […]

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Fair Maid’s House

This is where Sir Walter Scott’s character in Waverley supposedly lived, and today it’s a fascinating education centre for exploring Earth’s geology. Watch the planet evolve from space and get […]

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Taybank Circular

This beautiful circular walking route from Errol explores the sandbanks near Port Allen and some of the most extensive reedbeds in Britain – a popular spot for birdwatching. Watch out […]

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Queen’s Park, Glasgow

Recommended by @FindingScotland. Nestled in the sunny Southside of Glasgow, Queen’s Park is a solace for residents – with nature galore and beautiful views. I visit practically every day, and […]

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