Bonnie Prince Charlie's silver travelling canteen is part of the National Museum's Jacobites exhibition.

National Museum’s Jacobite exhibition shows Vatican treasures

People & Places
Charles I as depicted by Gerrit van Honthorst in 1628. PIC: Creative Commons.

When the King ‘healed’ 100 people at Holyrood Palace

Cartoon of a dancing bear in the Glasgow Looking Glass, July 8 1825. PIC: Special Collections at Glasgow University Library.

The street bear shot for wrestling a Glasgow councillor


The Wolf of Badenoch - Scotland’s vilest man?

News 6

Scottish folklore traditions in danger of dying out

UK 1

Was Irn-Bru actually invented in America?

News 1
Stirling Castle will run special tours this weekend to coincide with the anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn. PIC Wikimedia.

Stirling Castle marks Battle of Bannockburn anniversary

British soldier and war poet Wilfred Owen (1893 - 1918) in uniform with a young boy, circa 1917.   (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)

War poet’s time in Scotland to be marked in centenary year

The Battle of the Somme is remembered at the National Memorial

Jane Anderson: Don’t wait for centenary to visit National Memorial

John Buchan is underappreciated in Scotland, says Dr Mary Brown

Dr Mary Brown: John Buchan not given his due

Books 2

Outlander author Diana Gabaldon to appear at National Museum


Festival of Mary Queen of Scots revealed


Colossal clansman launches piping hot summer in Glasgow


Postman turned actor to play John Knox on stage

Exterior of Saughton prison in Edinburgh. Picture: TSPL

George Robertson: The last man hanged in Edinburgh

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The 'Lady in a Fur Wrap' has been in Glasgow's museums collection for more than half a century.

Can the riddle of the Lady in a Fur Wrap finally be solved?


Bruce Russell: Help us tell proud story of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders

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’S ann dha a rug an cat an cuilean: Ùisdean san Leabharlann Nàiseanta

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