Welcome to the cultural section. Click on the links below for cultural organisations in Scotland.

We have started with Scotland, but are looking to include businesses from across the globe with Scots links. Any suggestions?

Caledonian Castles - Caledonian Castles displays an extensive collection of Scotland's castles, tower houses and fortified houses. Contains images of the buildings and historical data.

Haggis Recipes - Offers a variety of recipes for haggis, from traditional to vegetarian to the dreaded haggis.

National Museums of Scotland - The National Museums of Scotland covers six sites based in central Scotland, which contain extensive collections built up over more than two centuries.

Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre - The Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre has a guided tour on the making of whisky, Saturday whisky tastings, plus a few extras.

The American-Scottish Foundation - A non-profit American organization whose purpose is to build bonds of interest and co-operation, both social and commercial, between the people of Scotland and the United States.

The Council of Scottish Clans and Associations - Contains information and listings for clans and septs, games and festivals and an online newsletter.

The Legend of Nessie - The official site of Scotland's most famous beast. Contains scientific studies, first hand accounts, film and images.

The National Trust for Scotland - The National Trust for Scotland, a registered charity, is the organisation who conserve and safeguard Scotland's national heritage independent of the Government.




The RHASS - The Royal Highland Agricultural Society for Scotland was founded in 1784 to promote the regeneration of rural Scotland including the preservation of its poetry, language and music.

The Royal Highland Centre - The Centre is one of the largest venues of it's kind in the UK and has a range of facilities to match it's pedigree.

The Royal Highland Show - The Royal Highland Show, sponsored by The Royal Bank of Scotland, attracts around 150,000 visitors who flock to the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh to enjoy the plethora of attractions and spectacles.

JK Rowling > Author of Harry Potter who lives in Edinburgh

Celtic Connections

T in the Park

Royal Tattoo

Edinburgh International Festival

Scottish Jokes



The Royal Highland Show

The Royal Highland Agricultural Society

The Royal Highland Centre

The American Scottish Foundation