Scotland through a Lens

Presenting photography from the archive, this exhibition at Stirling Castle explores life in 19th century Scotland.

Scotland through a Lens

About Scotland through a Lens

Presenting photography from the archive, this exhibition explores life in 19th century Scotland and how its rugged ruins, fishing communities and rural life have contributed to understandings of Scottish identity and history.

Please note there are a couple of steps into the Nether Bailey exhibition area.


Image Credit: Historic Environment Scotland

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