History events in Stirling

View all the upcoming History events taking place throughout Stirling below or use the calendar to find events taking place on a specific month or date.

Events in Stirling

Scotland through a Lens

Scotland through a Lens

15th October 2019 - 9th January 2020
Presenting photography from the archive, this exhibition at Stirling Castle explores life in 19th century Scotland. Read more
Remembering Empire

Remembering Empire

21st November 2019 - 1st October 2020
Stirling
Are you interested in recent history? Researchers in French studies at the University of Stirling have launched a new free online course called ‘Remembering Empire' and it's open to everyone. Read more
Scotland’s National Hero

Scotland’s National Hero

27th December 2019
Who was William Wallace? Listen as a costumed actor gives you an insight into the life of Scotland’s National Hero. Read more
Scotland’s National Hero

Scotland’s National Hero

28th December 2019
Who was William Wallace? Listen as a costumed actor gives you an insight into the life of Scotland’s National Hero. Read more
Scotland’s National Hero

Scotland’s National Hero

29th December 2019
Who was William Wallace? Listen as a costumed actor gives you an insight into the life of Scotland’s National Hero. Read more
Scotland’s National Hero

Scotland’s National Hero

30th December 2019
Who was William Wallace? Listen as a costumed actor gives you an insight into the life of Scotland’s National Hero. Read more
Scotland’s National Hero

Scotland’s National Hero

31st December 2019
Who was William Wallace? Listen as a costumed actor gives you an insight into the life of Scotland’s National Hero. Read more
Scotland’s National Hero

Scotland’s National Hero

2nd January 2020
Who was William Wallace? Listen as a costumed actor gives you an insight into the life of Scotland’s National Hero. Read more
Scotland’s National Hero

Scotland’s National Hero

3rd January 2020
Who was William Wallace? Listen as a costumed actor gives you an insight into the life of Scotland’s National Hero. Read more
Industry and Aesthetics

Industry and Aesthetics

18th January 2020 - 19th April 2020
The photographs exhibited in ‘Industry + Aesthetics’ aim to capture the everyday, the exceptional, the marginalised, the ignored and the undervalued within our industrial heritage. Read more
Balfron Radicals 1820 Exhibition

Balfron Radicals 1820 Exhibition

28th March 2020 - 25th April 2020
Balfron
Balfron Heritage Group's exhibition commemorates Balfron's role in the 1820 Scottish Insurrection and will be on at Balfron Library from 28th March. Read more

Events in East Renfrewshire

National Trust Eastwood and District Members Centre Monthly Talk

National Trust Eastwood and District Members Centre Monthly Talk

9th January 2020
Join the NTS Eastwood and District Members for their monthly meeting where a speaker will give an illustrated talk!
National Trust Eastwood and District Members Centre Monthly Talk

National Trust Eastwood and District Members Centre Monthly Talk

13th February 2020
Join the NTS Eastwood and District Members for their monthly meeting where a speaker will give an illustrated talk!
National Trust Eastwood and District Members Centre Monthly Talk

National Trust Eastwood and District Members Centre Monthly Talk

12th March 2020
Join the NTS Eastwood and District Members for their monthly meeting where a speaker will give an illustrated talk!

Events in Edinburgh and the Lothians

Curious About Edinburgh

Curious About Edinburgh

14th June 2019 - 31st October 2020
Have fun discovering Edinburgh with a self-guided, heritage walk with a treasure hunt theme from Curious About!
Moonstruck: 500 years of mental health

Moonstruck: 500 years of mental health

14th June 2019 - 23rd December 2019
This exhibition encourages us to examine our own ideas around mental health and aims to show how, even now, many older stereotypes and ideas about these conditions remain unchanged.
The Luxury of Time: Clocks from 1550-1750

The Luxury of Time: Clocks from 1550-1750

4th October 2019 - 26th January 2020
Explore the history of early British clock making in this small display at National Museum of Scotland.
Chinese Oracle Bones

Chinese Oracle Bones

25th October 2019 - 29th March 2020
Discover some of the treasures within the National Museum Scotland's significant collection of oracle bones, the second largest in the world outside of China.
Bolts and Bodkins

Bolts and Bodkins

16th December 2019
Join castle archer Rusty Bodkins for an explanation of how the Scots used the medieval longbow and crossbow.
Back to the future 1979-1989, the film

Back to the future 1979-1989, the film

18th December 2019
Back by popular demand for a single showing, this thought provoking film, which the National Library of Scotland ran during this year's Fringe, will take you through the 1980s in 50 minutes.
Traditions and Tales of Christmas

Traditions and Tales of Christmas

19th December 2019 - 21st December 2019
Learn about the traditions and tales of a Victorian Christmas at Edinburgh Castle from 20th - 22nd December.
Arthur’s Amble

Arthur’s Amble

21st December 2019
Come along for a gentle guided walk around Hunter’s Bog and St. Margaret’s Loch and learn more about Arthur’s Seat’s turbulent past.
A Very Mary Christmas

A Very Mary Christmas

22nd December 2019 - 24th December 2019
Come and join in the fun and see how Mary Queen of Scots celebrates the Twelve Days of Christmas with her courtiers.
Arthur’s Secrets

Arthur’s Secrets

27th December 2019
Come along on a guided walk to learn more about Arthur's Seat's turbulent past, created by fire and ice!
Music Through the Ages

Music Through the Ages

27th December 2019
Meet King James V's musician as he explain some of the music and instruments played in court at Edinburgh Castle.
Trebuchets and Trickery

Trebuchets and Trickery

28th December 2019
In March 1314, the forces of King Robert the Bruce captured Edinburgh Castle. Meet the commander, Thomas Randolph and hear how he used guile and local knowledge to capture it.
Trebuchets and Trickery

Trebuchets and Trickery

29th December 2019
In March 1314, the forces of King Robert the Bruce captured Edinburgh Castle. Meet the commander, Thomas Randolph and hear how he used guile and local knowledge to capture it.
Bolts and Bodkins

Bolts and Bodkins

30th December 2019
Join castle archer Rusty Bodkins for an explanation of how the Scots used the medieval longbow and crossbow.
Bolts and Bodkins

Bolts and Bodkins

31st December 2019
Join castle archer Rusty Bodkins for an explanation of how the Scots used the medieval longbow and crossbow.
Trebuchets and Trickery

Trebuchets and Trickery

1st January 2020
In March 1314, the forces of King Robert the Bruce captured Edinburgh Castle. Meet the commander, Thomas Randolph and hear how he used guile and local knowledge to capture it.
Arthur’s Amble

Arthur’s Amble

2nd January 2020
Come along for a gentle guided walk around Hunter’s Bog and St. Margaret’s Loch and learn more about Arthur’s Seat’s turbulent past.
Trebuchets and Trickery

Trebuchets and Trickery

2nd January 2020
In March 1314, the forces of King Robert the Bruce captured Edinburgh Castle. Meet the commander, Thomas Randolph and hear how he used guile and local knowledge to capture it.
In Memoriam - A Forgotten Story

In Memoriam - A Forgotten Story

3rd January 2020
Hear how Alice Meredith Williams made a most significant contribution to the Scottish National War Memorial.
A Most Royal Rebellion

A Most Royal Rebellion

4th January 2020
Hear the forgotten story of Scotland’s own version of the war of the roses, between father and son King James III and the future James IV.
Arthur’s Secrets

Arthur’s Secrets

4th January 2020
Come along on a guided walk to learn more about Arthur's Seat's turbulent past, created by fire and ice!
A Most Royal Rebellion

A Most Royal Rebellion

5th January 2020
Hear the forgotten story of Scotland’s own version of the war of the roses, between father and son King James III and the future James IV.
Head and Shoulders Above the Rest!

Head and Shoulders Above the Rest!

6th January 2020 - 9th January 2020
Find out the part Grenadiers would play in the history of Edinburgh Castle and the eventual defeat of the Jacobites at Culloden.
Bolts and Bodkins

Bolts and Bodkins

13th January 2020
Join castle archer Rusty Bodkins for an explanation of how the Scots used the medieval longbow and crossbow.
Bolts and Bodkins

Bolts and Bodkins

14th January 2020
Join castle archer Rusty Bodkins for an explanation of how the Scots used the medieval longbow and crossbow.
Bolts and Bodkins

Bolts and Bodkins

15th January 2020
Join castle archer Rusty Bodkins for an explanation of how the Scots used the medieval longbow and crossbow.
Music Through the Ages

Music Through the Ages

16th January 2020
Meet King James V's musician as he explain some of the music and instruments played in court at Edinburgh Castle.
Music Through the Ages

Music Through the Ages

17th January 2020
Meet King James V's musician as he explain some of the music and instruments played in court at Edinburgh Castle.
Arthur’s Amble

Arthur’s Amble

18th January 2020
Come along for a gentle guided walk around Hunter’s Bog and St. Margaret’s Loch and learn more about Arthur’s Seat’s turbulent past.
Schiltron!

Schiltron!

18th January 2020
Come along to Edinburgh Castle and find out what a Schiltron was, how pikes were used and have a go yourself!
Schiltron!

Schiltron!

19th January 2020
Come along to Edinburgh Castle and find out what a Schiltron was, how pikes were used and have a go yourself!
The Puzzle of Blackening Lungs in Victorian Britain

The Puzzle of Blackening Lungs in Victorian Britain

21st January 2020
Join us at Surgeons' Hall Museums on 21st January as our Senior Research Fellow, Professor Ken Donaldson, discusses the mystery of the Victorian lung!
The Road to Bannockburn

The Road to Bannockburn

21st January 2020
Meet one of Robert the Bruce’s men who served under the command of Thomas Randolph during the capture of Edinburgh Castle in 1314.
The Road to Bannockburn

The Road to Bannockburn

22nd January 2020
Meet one of Robert the Bruce’s men who served under the command of Thomas Randolph during the capture of Edinburgh Castle in 1314.
Lecture Series: The Lost Scottish Identity

Lecture Series: The Lost Scottish Identity

23rd January 2020
This lecture, at Gladstone's Land on 23rd January, will explore the events in the lead up to the Act of Union in 1707, and in the aftermath, what happened to the other lost Scottish identities!
The Road to Bannockburn

The Road to Bannockburn

23rd January 2020
Meet one of Robert the Bruce’s men who served under the command of Thomas Randolph during the capture of Edinburgh Castle in 1314.
The Road to Bannockburn

The Road to Bannockburn

24th January 2020
Meet one of Robert the Bruce’s men who served under the command of Thomas Randolph during the capture of Edinburgh Castle in 1314.
Tyrannosaurs

Tyrannosaurs

24th January 2020 - 4th May 2020
The most comprehensive exhibition ever mounted on tyrannosaurs is coming to the National Museum of Scotland, bringing the latest palaeontological discoveries to life.
Burns for Beginners at Edinburgh Castle

Burns for Beginners at Edinburgh Castle

25th January 2020 - 31st January 2020
Come along for a light-hearted introduction to the bard and some of his works at Edinburgh Castle.
Hot Rocks

Hot Rocks

26th January 2020
Join an expert geologist and a Ranger on a longer guided walk to discover the fascinating geological history of Holyrood Park.
Arthur’s Secrets

Arthur’s Secrets

1st February 2020
Come along on a guided walk to learn more about Arthur's Seat's turbulent past, created by fire and ice!
Medieval Fashion

Medieval Fashion

1st February 2020 - 2nd February 2020
See how fashion of the Kings court here in Edinburgh Castle changed through the medieval period for both men and women.
The Arts & Crafts Movement in the National Collection

The Arts & Crafts Movement in the National Collection

5th February 2020
Stephen Jackson, Senior Curator, Furniture and Woodwork at National Museums Scotland, explores the national collection’s holdings of Arts and Crafts design!
Crime and Punishment in Medieval Scotland

Crime and Punishment in Medieval Scotland

7th February 2020 - 13th February 2020
Listen as Gilbert Savage, the Executioner, recounts the nature of crime & punishment during the turbulent times in Medieval Scotland.
Tulips, Dragons, and Tweety Birds

Tulips, Dragons, and Tweety Birds

10th February 2020
Join Ali Davey at HES Archives and Library on 10th February to explore the work of early 20th Century blacksmith, Thomas Hadden.
Leonardo: Drawing, life and art with Martin Clayton

Leonardo: Drawing, life and art with Martin Clayton

11th February 2020
Martin Clayton, Head of Prints and Drawings and curator of 'Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing', discusses the central role that drawing played in the life of Leonardo da Vinci.
Up Close: Leonardo da Vinci’s materials and techniques

Up Close: Leonardo da Vinci’s materials and techniques

13th February 2020
Spend an afternoon exploring how Leonardo da Vinci created his exquisite drawings with conservator Alan Donnithorne at The Queen's Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse on 13th February!
Arthur’s Amble

Arthur’s Amble

15th February 2020
Come along for a gentle guided walk around Hunter’s Bog and St. Margaret’s Loch and learn more about Arthur’s Seat’s turbulent past.
Music Through the Ages

Music Through the Ages

15th February 2020
Meet King James V's musician as he explain some of the music and instruments played in court at Edinburgh Castle.
Music Through the Ages

Music Through the Ages

16th February 2020
Meet King James V's musician as he explain some of the music and instruments played in court at Edinburgh Castle.
Rob Roy MacGregor

Rob Roy MacGregor

17th February 2020
Rob Roy MacGregor - Hear stories of Rebellion, clan warfare and self-preservation at Edinburgh Castle.
Rob Roy MacGregor

Rob Roy MacGregor

18th February 2020
Rob Roy MacGregor - Hear stories of Rebellion, clan warfare and self-preservation at Edinburgh Castle.
Rob Roy MacGregor

Rob Roy MacGregor

19th February 2020
Rob Roy MacGregor - Hear stories of Rebellion, clan warfare and self-preservation at Edinburgh Castle.
Edinburgh’s Medical Detectives- The Return of Sherlock Holmes

Edinburgh’s Medical Detectives- The Return of Sherlock Holmes

20th February 2020
Surgeons' Hall Museums Curator returns to further investigate Edinburgh's 19th century 'medical detectives' and their influence on Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous character, Sherlock Holmes.
Rob Roy MacGregor

Rob Roy MacGregor

20th February 2020
Rob Roy MacGregor - Hear stories of Rebellion, clan warfare and self-preservation at Edinburgh Castle.
Schiltron!

Schiltron!

22nd February 2020
Come along to Edinburgh Castle and find out what a Schiltron was, how pikes were used and have a go yourself!
Coolest Walk on Earth

Coolest Walk on Earth

23rd February 2020
Join an expert geologist and a Ranger on a three hour guided walk to discover how the landscape of Holyrood Park has been shaped and sculpted by ice through the ages.
Schiltron!

Schiltron!

23rd February 2020
Come along to Edinburgh Castle and find out what a Schiltron was, how pikes were used and have a go yourself!
In Memoriam - A Forgotten Story

In Memoriam - A Forgotten Story

25th February 2020
Hear how Alice Meredith Williams made a most significant contribution to the Scottish National War Memorial.
In Memoriam - A Forgotten Story

In Memoriam - A Forgotten Story

26th February 2020
Hear how Alice Meredith Williams made a most significant contribution to the Scottish National War Memorial.
In Memoriam - A Forgotten Story

In Memoriam - A Forgotten Story

27th February 2020
Hear how Alice Meredith Williams made a most significant contribution to the Scottish National War Memorial.
In Memoriam - A Forgotten Story

In Memoriam - A Forgotten Story

28th February 2020
Hear how Alice Meredith Williams made a most significant contribution to the Scottish National War Memorial.
Trebuchets and Trickery

Trebuchets and Trickery

1st March 2020
In March 1314, the forces of King Robert the Bruce captured Edinburgh Castle. Meet the commander, Thomas Randolph and hear how he used guile and local knowledge to capture it.
The Road to Bannockburn

The Road to Bannockburn

2nd March 2020
Meet one of Robert the Bruce’s men who served under the command of Thomas Randolph during the capture of Edinburgh Castle in 1314.
The Road to Bannockburn

The Road to Bannockburn

3rd March 2020
Meet one of Robert the Bruce’s men who served under the command of Thomas Randolph during the capture of Edinburgh Castle in 1314.
The Road to Bannockburn

The Road to Bannockburn

4th March 2020
Meet one of Robert the Bruce’s men who served under the command of Thomas Randolph during the capture of Edinburgh Castle in 1314.
The Road to Bannockburn

The Road to Bannockburn

5th March 2020
Meet one of Robert the Bruce’s men who served under the command of Thomas Randolph during the capture of Edinburgh Castle in 1314.
Sketching Workshop

Sketching Workshop

6th March 2020
Join Mark Kirkham, better known as the Edinburgh Sketcher, as you explore how Leonardo da Vinci captured the world through his sketches in this half-day workshop on Friday 6th March!
Arthur’s Secrets

Arthur’s Secrets

7th March 2020
Come along on a guided walk to learn more about Arthur's Seat's turbulent past, created by fire and ice!
Schiltron!

Schiltron!

7th March 2020
Come along to Edinburgh Castle and find out what a Schiltron was, how pikes were used and have a go yourself!
Schiltron!

Schiltron!

8th March 2020
Come along to Edinburgh Castle and find out what a Schiltron was, how pikes were used and have a go yourself!
Stained Glass Designers and Sculptors

Stained Glass Designers and Sculptors

9th March 2020
Fiona Hall will showcase the wealth of archives resources available to help research into stained glass designers and sculptors in these talks at HES Archives and Library.
Their Name Liveth

Their Name Liveth

14th March 2020
Come and hear the story of the role Sir Robert Lorimer played in the building of the Scottish National War Memorial.
Their Name Liveth

Their Name Liveth

15th March 2020
Come and hear the story of the role Sir Robert Lorimer played in the building of the Scottish National War Memorial.
Arthur’s Amble

Arthur’s Amble

21st March 2020
Come along for a gentle guided walk around Hunter’s Bog and St. Margaret’s Loch and learn more about Arthur’s Seat’s turbulent past.
Schiltron!

Schiltron!

21st March 2020
Come along to Edinburgh Castle and find out what a Schiltron was, how pikes were used and have a go yourself!
Schiltron!

Schiltron!

22nd March 2020
Come along to Edinburgh Castle and find out what a Schiltron was, how pikes were used and have a go yourself!
Rebels and Redcoats

Rebels and Redcoats

23rd March 2020
Rebels and Redcoats - Learn about the role Edinburgh Castle played in the Jacobite war and meet one of the characters from the period.
Rebels and Redcoats

Rebels and Redcoats

24th March 2020
Rebels and Redcoats - Learn about the role Edinburgh Castle played in the Jacobite war and meet one of the characters from the period.
Rebels and Redcoats

Rebels and Redcoats

25th March 2020
Rebels and Redcoats - Learn about the role Edinburgh Castle played in the Jacobite war and meet one of the characters from the period.
Rebels and Redcoats

Rebels and Redcoats

26th March 2020
Rebels and Redcoats - Learn about the role Edinburgh Castle played in the Jacobite war and meet one of the characters from the period.
Inglis’ Amazons

Inglis’ Amazons

28th March 2020
Inglis’ Amazons: hear the tales of this incredible all-female medical unit as they save lives at the front.
Inglis’ Amazons

Inglis’ Amazons

29th March 2020
Inglis’ Amazons: hear the tales of this incredible all-female medical unit as they save lives at the front.
Rob Roy MacGregor

Rob Roy MacGregor

30th March 2020
Rob Roy MacGregor - Hear stories of Rebellion, clan warfare and self-preservation at Edinburgh Castle.
Rob Roy MacGregor

Rob Roy MacGregor

31st March 2020
Rob Roy MacGregor - Hear stories of Rebellion, clan warfare and self-preservation at Edinburgh Castle.

Events in Fife

Jennie Lee: From Lochgelly to The Lords

Jennie Lee: From Lochgelly to The Lords

6th December 2019 - 6th March 2020
A founder of The Open University, this exhibition at the Lochgelly Centre tells the fascinating story of Jennie Lee’s life, from her childhood in Lochgelly to her final years in the House of Lords.

Events in Glasgow

Distillery Tour & Whisky Tasting

Distillery Tour & Whisky Tasting

1st July 2018 - 31st December 2019
Come to The Clydeside Distillery, immerse yourself in Glasgow history and watch the craftsmen distil pure new make spirit by hand, the time-honoured way on the tour followed by a whisky tasting!
Benny Lynch: The Little King of the Gorbals

Benny Lynch: The Little King of the Gorbals

16th August 2018 - 30th June 2020
The People’s Palace is hosting a community display which gathers together never seen before objects from Benny Lynch’s life and career.
Glasgow Central Station Tours

Glasgow Central Station Tours

1st January 2019 - 31st December 2019
Glasgow Central Tours offer you the chance to explore behind the scenes of Glasgow's most iconic and busiest landmarks, Central Station!
Curious About Glasgow

Curious About Glasgow

12th January 2019 - 31st December 2020
Have fun discovering Glasgow with a self-guided, heritage walk with a treasure hunt theme from Curious About!
Compassion in Crisis - The fascinating story of 80 years of Royal Voluntary Service in Glasgow

Compassion in Crisis - The fascinating story of 80 years of Royal Voluntary Service in Glasgow

3rd October 2019 - 31st January 2020
The fascinating story of the volunteers of Royal Voluntary Service in Glasgow is being told at a new exhibition in the community exhibition space at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

17th December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

18th December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

19th December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

20th December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

21st December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
The Lighthouse Building Tours

The Lighthouse Building Tours

21st December 2019
The Lighthouse hold tours every Saturday, they offer a great opportunity to learn about The Lighthouse building, but also about the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the city he was born in!
Weekly Store Hunters Family Programme

Weekly Store Hunters Family Programme

21st December 2019
Don't miss the chance to get creative and have some family fun whilst exploring the fascinating museum stores at GMRC!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

22nd December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

24th December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

25th December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

26th December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

27th December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

28th December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
The Lighthouse Building Tours

The Lighthouse Building Tours

28th December 2019
The Lighthouse hold tours every Saturday, they offer a great opportunity to learn about The Lighthouse building, but also about the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the city he was born in!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

29th December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
Historic Tours of Glasgow University

Historic Tours of Glasgow University

31st December 2019
Join a Historic Tour of Glasgow University the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
See the Vita Kentigerni

See the Vita Kentigerni

11th January 2020
Come and see a copy of the Vita Kentigerni, the 12th century book commissioned by Bishop Jocelyn of Glasgow.
St Mungo’s Moveable Feast Walking Lunch

St Mungo’s Moveable Feast Walking Lunch

11th January 2020
Travel through 1,000 years of the Glasgow story with food and travel writer Andrea Pearson as she leads you on a guided tour to unearth the city’s past, enjoying edible illustrations along the way!
Cathedral Tours with Adrian Cox

Cathedral Tours with Adrian Cox

13th January 2020
Join archaeologist Adrian Cox of the Historical Environment Scotland for a guided tour of the Cathedral, exploring its history and archaeology.
Catherdal Tours (Stonework & Conservation) with John Clark

Catherdal Tours (Stonework & Conservation) with John Clark

13th January 2020
Join John Clark, Historic Environment Scotland Works Manager, for a guided tour of the Cathedral, exploring its history and archaeology.
AHSS Strathclyde Group Winter Lecture Series

AHSS Strathclyde Group Winter Lecture Series

23rd January 2020
Join the Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland's Strathclyde Group for their Winter Lecture Series at The Renfield Centre!
AHSS Strathclyde Group Winter Lecture Series

AHSS Strathclyde Group Winter Lecture Series

20th February 2020
Join the Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland's Strathclyde Group for their Winter Lecture Series at The Renfield Centre!
AHSS Strathclyde Group Winter Lecture Series

AHSS Strathclyde Group Winter Lecture Series

19th March 2020
Join the Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland's Strathclyde Group for their Winter Lecture Series at The Renfield Centre!

Events in Lanarkshire

Discover Your Family and Local History

Discover Your Family and Local History

1st May 2019 - 20th December 2019
Always wanted to trace your family tree but not sure where to begin? Come along to North Lanarkshire Heritage Centre for one of their weekday sessions!

Events in Renfrewshire and Inverclyde

Guided Tours of Paisley Abbey

Guided Tours of Paisley Abbey

17th December 2019
Built in the 12th century and steeped in history, Paisley Abbey is a fascinating building to visit, find out more on one of the regular guided tours!
Guided Tours of Paisley Abbey

Guided Tours of Paisley Abbey

19th December 2019
Built in the 12th century and steeped in history, Paisley Abbey is a fascinating building to visit, find out more on one of the regular guided tours!
Urban Historian Heritage Walks

Urban Historian Heritage Walks

4th January 2020
Join the Urban Historian, Stephen Clancy, on one of his regular heritage walks around Paisley and Renfrewshire!
Urban Historian Heritage Walks

Urban Historian Heritage Walks

11th January 2020
Join the Urban Historian, Stephen Clancy, on one of his regular heritage walks around Paisley and Renfrewshire!
Urban Historian History Talks

Urban Historian History Talks

15th January 2020
Join the Urban Historian, Stephen Clancy, for his regular programme of Wednesday night History Talks at Mile End Mill, Abbey Mill Business Centre!
Urban Historian Heritage Walks

Urban Historian Heritage Walks

25th January 2020
Join the Urban Historian, Stephen Clancy, on one of his regular heritage walks around Paisley and Renfrewshire!
Urban Historian History Talks

Urban Historian History Talks

29th January 2020
Join the Urban Historian, Stephen Clancy, for his regular programme of Wednesday night History Talks at Mile End Mill, Abbey Mill Business Centre!

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