The National Trust for Scotland, or NTS, is a Scottish National Trust, parallel to the English National Trust, and conservation charity. They protect heritage sites north of the border, and have been since 1929.
There are so many properties cared for in Scotland. Souter Johnnie’s Cottage, Weaver’s Cottage, and Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage and Museum are just some of the National Trust Scotland cottages and houses. For somewhere grander, look at Culzean Castle, Brodick Castle and Kellie Castle for some of the best National Trust Scotland castles. There are also places relating to famous Scots, beautiful gardens, locations of battles, and many more places to visit; the Trust cares for around 130 properties.
Join National Trust Scotland and make the most of loads of benefits with a National Trust Scotland membership. It’s why it’s the largest membership organisation in Scotland. You’ll get unlimited entry to NTS properties, free or discounted entrance to other National Trust properties, free parking, and access to NTS publications. You’ll also be able to enjoy National Trust Scotland events for special prices.