20 Things to Do in Scotland to Discover Its Cultural Heritage – FamilySearch December 29, 2020

I saw this on FamilySearch today- 20 Things to Do in Scotland to Discover Its Cultural Heritage: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/20-things-to-do-in-scotland/. Longer article, but here’s a brief synopsis. This is a good article if you have Scottish heritage or are interested in learning more. Things include Highland Games, Scottish Historic Sites, various holidays, museums, nature, Loch Ness and its monster.

December 29, 2020 by Alison Ensign

Scotland is an amazing place to visit, particularly if you have Scottish ancestors. By traveling to your ancestral homelands, you can build a connection with your ancestors, grow to understand and appreciate your cultural heritage, and fall in love with a new place.

 Scotland, famously known for its kilts and bagpipes, boasts a rich history, picturesque landscapes, and cultural depth. Start planning your trip with the following 20 things to do when you visit Scotland.

Keep an eye out for asterisks, which identify UNESCO World Heritage sites that are noted worldwide as being culturally or naturally significant locations.

Scottish Cultural Experiences

Participate in Scottish festivals for a taste of how the Scots celebrate, or visit museums for insight into Scotland’s history.

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https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/20-things-to-do-in-scotland/

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