Take a FREE Look at Our Glorious Heritage; YOUR CHANCE TO ENJOY A FAMILY DAY OUT AT ONE OF SCOTLAND'S HISTORIC SITES

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Take a FREE Look at Our Glorious Heritage; YOUR CHANCE TO ENJOY A FAMILY DAY OUT AT ONE OF SCOTLAND'S HISTORIC SITES


COLLECT just three tokens and you can gain one free admission to one of the many National Trust for Scotland properties.

You can enjoy a family day out at some of Scotland's magnificent historic properties - from castles and mansion houses to glorious gardens and battlefields.

The National Trust for Scotland is an independent charity supported by its membership.

Each year the properties open for visitors to enjoy the huge variety in them - from rhododendrons and spectacular daffodil displays in gardens to the paintings, silver, furniture and porcelain contained within the castles and great houses.

In East Lothian, historic Preston Mill gives visitors the opportunity to see and hear working machinery of bygone days and learn about the life of a miller.

No visit is complete without a picnic in the grounds of these attractive buildings - and don't forget to feed the ducks and geese in the mill pond.

The Trust also cares for more than 25 gardens and gardening enthusiasts will enjoy Greenbank Garden in Glasgow.

This walled garden includes fountains and a woodland walk and has gar- dening demonstrations throughout the year. …

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