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  • From dazzling coastlines to dynamic design, vibrant Scotland is full of things to do and places to visit: many funded by the National Lottery. Here are seven ways to make the most of a trip to Scotland.
  • In less than a month since opening, the spectacular V&A Dundee has already welcomed 100,000 visitors through its doors.
  • Stretching from one side of the country to the other, Hadrian’s Wall in Northern England and the Antonine Wall in Central Scotland are to benefit from over £2million of National Lottery funding.
  • After eight years, our Scotland trustee Dame Seona Reid is stepping down from her roles at HLF. Seona lets us in on the high...
  • The landmark museum will showcase Scotland's rich design heritage.
  • Philip Long is the director at V&A Dundee. In celebration of its opening on 15 September, he tells us what heritage means to him.
  • In just one month’s time, the doors will open to the eagerly anticipated V&A Dundee. The new international centre of design will present the best of Scottish creativity and the finest design from around the world.
  • Charles Rennie Mackintosh was born 150 years ago, and what better way to celebrate than by visiting one of the many places keeping his legacy alive in his home town of Glasgow?
  • The Scottish Maritime Museum will unveil a remarkable new national art collection featuring works by artists such as FCB Cadell, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Muirhead Bone, Kate Downie and John Bellany in a major art exhibition opening on Friday 1 June.
  • An exceptional collection of historic photographs dating from the earliest days of photography and including over 600 works from pioneers such David Octavius Hill, Robert Adamson, James Ross (d.1878) and John Thomson are to be shared with the public at a major exhibition next year.


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