Museums, archives and heritage

For scale, no show in Edinburgh can rival the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Literally hundreds of…
Castle of Light returns for a second year after a pandemic break.
Also entitled ‘Theology in Stone’, this talk explored the sheer richness of the inheritance of church archi
Led by Tracy A Franklin, a team of Broderers with Durham Cathedral have been industriously working through
In 1845 the new Scottish Poor Law established a funded medical service for the registered poor.
Edinburgh Castle has won “Best Heritage Attraction” at the British Travel Awards for a fifth time. 
More than 120 buildings and landmarks across Scotland are lit up red this weekend to remember those who hav
Around 150 buildings, many off-bounds to the general public during the rest of the year, throw open their d
The Fringe may be over but for fans of historical theatre there's still a chance to see a performance of
Expectations were understandably high for a tour of what is described as “the world's most haunted and para
“Maker, ye maun sing them… Tomorrow, songs Will flow free again, and new voices Be borne on the carrying…