Photo by VisitScotland - Tom Morris 18th hole at the Old Course, St Andrews
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Published on May 22, 2017
Life for internationally acclaimed singer and songwriter Horse McDonald couldn't be much better.
The one woman play of her life story, 'Careful' , has been playing to rave reviews around the country. She is in the middle of writing her autobiography, has several musical tour dates lined up and was recently named an 'Outstanding Woman of Scotland' for her contribution to the country's culture and society
Overlooking the picturesque views of one of the most celebrated bodies of water in the world the Lodge on Loch Lomond is a truly unique destination.
A special celebration to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of one of Scotland's most celebrated architects and designers is to be held in Glasgow next year.
A number of rare and some previously unseen works by Charles Rennie Mackintosh are to be put on display at the Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
Fresh insight into a shot that rang out in a remote Highland glen almost three centuries ago, and led to the death of an innocent man, continues to keep alive one of Scotland's most enduring murder mysteries.
As one of the quietest destinations in Europe, Scotland is the perfect place to enjoy some peace and calm.
Research carried out by VisitScotland recently discovered that more than a quarter of visitors come to the country to 'get away from it all'.
A cocktail of whisky, comedy and great scenery could provide a major boost for communities across Scotland this summer as Whisky Galore opens in cinemas.
A project to map and protect Scotland's forgotten marine heritage has won a prestigious European prize.
The Scottish Atlantic Maritime Past: Heritage, Investigation, Research & Education Project (SAMPHIRE) workes closely with communities to record important archaeological sites along the west coast of Scotland.
Spending time in an eerie Victorian jail cell was never intended to be a luxury experience, but for those looking for a prison break with a difference it can be a lot of fun.
Turning back time to create a living history of crime and punishment at Scotland's premiew prison museum is all in a day's work for the stuff at Inveraray Jail.
For more than 30 years Cameron and Moira Thomson have been astounding gardeners with their ability to turn six acres of what was previously regard as worthless land into a modern Garden of Eden.
Their secret? Freshly ground 420 million year old Scottish volcanic rock.
Outdoor activities clothing expert Schoffel is to increase its retail presence in Scotland with an expansion of outlets selling the 200-year-old brand
Scotland is world renowned as the home of golf. It's where the game was born and it remains a thriving modern destination for millions of golfers each year.
There are some 550 course in Scotland, of which 92 are true Links courses, but which out of almost 10,000 holes is the best one?
When the going gets tough the tough get going ... to Scotland.
An increasing number of adrenaline junkies, fitness fanatics and enthusiasts of all levels are heading for the rugged terrain of the Scottish Highlands each year to take part in some of the world's toughest adventure races.
A former slave who graduated from a Scottish university to become the first ever African American doctor has been remembered in Glasgow.
It is 180 years since James McCune Smith received his medical degree and earned a place in the history books.