National Trust for Scotland Gift Membership
The National Trust for Scotland protects and shares some of Scotland’s most precious historic places and natural landscapes for the people of Scotland.
This is Canna, a bird sanctuary. The island’s coastline supports over 20,000 breeding seabirds.
The Trust cares for ancient houses, battlefields, castles, mills, gardens, coastlines, islands, mountain ranges and looks after the communities, plants and animals which depend on them.
Pitmedden Garden has over 30,000 annual bedding plants. Visit the Museum of Farming Life, which brings the agricultural past to life.
Amongst the places in their care are Culzean Castle, Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Glencoe National Nature Reserve, St Kilda, Mar Lodge National Nature Reserve, Culloden, Bannockburn and Ben Lomond.
Ben Lomond.... just absolutely stunning with spectactular views from the summit.
So there’s a great range of things to do, from being alone with the sounds and sight of the sea and birds, to contemplating historical events or getting an insight into the daily lives of our predecessors.
Robert Burns' Birthplace Museum - visit the cottage where Burns was born and spent the early years of his life
These places give us the chance to discover the stories of Scotland and the Scottish people and how the country has interacted with the wider world.
Help protect Scotland’s heritage for future generations to enjoy
There are various memberships, such as Individual, Joint and Family, and memberships for Seniors and youngsters too!
There's lots of fun to be had at the National Trust for Scotland's special places - 22 of them are running Easter Egg Trails in 2022 :-)
The National Trust for Scotland's shop has some beautiful scarves,
which could also make a great gift