Get your culture fix without breaking the bank by pre-purchasing a 3- or 7-day Discover Ticket – your passport to 90 of the National Trust for Scotland’s attractions. This flexible sightseeing pass includes entry to historic sites, museums and landmarks all around the country and comes with a free guidebook. Tour the mighty Culzean Castle; visit the birthplaces of great Scots like Robert Burns and Thomas Carlyle; step back in time at the Culloden Battlefield; discover beautiful Glencoe; or visit Preston Mill, a film location for TV series Outlander.
Visit up to 90 National Trust for Scotland attractions
Choose from two different passes to suit your schedule, and enjoy the flexibility to visit some of Scotland’s finest historical attractions during a time frame that suits you best. Select the 3-day pass to be used on any three days over a period of seven consecutive days from first use, or the 7-day pass to be used on any seven days over 14 consecutive days from first use. When you redeem your voucher for your Discover Ticket, you’ll also receive an attraction guidebook.
Both passes include entry to 90 Scottish attractions that are maintained by the National Trust for Scotland, one of the country’s largest conservation charities. The National Trust for Scotland is responsible for the upkeep of many world-famous castles, stately homes, gardens, battlefields and landscapes as well as state-of-the-art visitor attractions such as the Battle of Bannockburn experience. The contemporary attraction uses cutting-edge 3D technology to show the events of the historic 14th-century battle that shaped the Scottish nation.
See one of the world’s largest collections of pistols and swords at 18th-century Culzean Castle, and step into a world of poetry and prose on a visit to Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, an exhibition center dedicated to the works of Scotland’s national poet. Entrance to the magnificent Inverewe Gardens, an expansive botanical garden steeped in woodland, is included, along with admission to lesser-known treasures such as Grey Mare’s Tail Nature Reserve and Falkland Palace and Garden.
See the Itinerary for a full list of all National Trust for Scotland attractions included with your Discover Ticket.
Free Entry to 90 National Trust for Scotland Attractions:
Alloa Tower, Angus Folk Museum, Arduaine Garden, Bachelors’ Club, Balmacara Estate and Woodland Walks, Balmerino Abbey, The Battle of Bannockburn, Barry Mill, Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve, Ben Lomond, Branklyn Garden, Brodick Castle (gardens and country Park), Brodie Castle, Broughton House & Garden, Kirriemuir Camera Obscura, Castle Fraser (gardens and estate), Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve, Craigievar Castle, Craigower, Crarae Garden, Crathes Castle (gardens and estate), Culloden Battlefield, Royal Burgh of Culross, Culzean Castle and Country Park, David Livingstone Centre, Dollar Glen, Drum Castle, Falkland Palace and Garden, Falls of Glomach, Fyvie Castle, Geilston Garden, The Georgian House, Gladstone’s Land, Glencoe and Glencoe Visitor Centre, Glenfinnan Monument, Goatfell, Greenbank Garden, Grey Mare’s Tail Nature Reserve, Haddo House, Harmony Garden, The Hermitage, The Hill House, Hill of Tarvit Mansionhouse & Garden, Holmwood House, House of Dun and Montrose Basin Nature Reserve, House of the Binns, Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage and Museum, Inveresk Lodge Garden, Inverewe Garden, J M Barrie’s Birthplace, Kellie Castle and Garden, Killiecrankie, Kintail and Morvich, Leith Hall (gardens and estate), Linn of Tummel, Malleny Garden, Mar Lodge Estate, Menstrie Castle, Moirlanich Longhouse, Newhailes, The Pineapple and Dunmore Park (grounds only), Pitmedden Garden, Pollok House, Preston Mill & Phantassie Doocot, Priorwood Garden, Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Robert Smail’s Printing Works, Rockcliffe, St Abb’s Head National Nature Reserve, Souter Johnnie’s Cottage, The Tenement House, Thomas Carlyle’s Birthplace, Threave Garden and Estate, Torridon, Weaver’s Cottage and West Affric