National Museums of Scotland
NMS holds Scottish and international collections of human and cultural history, archaeology, geology, natural history, decorative arts, science and technology.
National Trust for Scotland
General Register Office for Scotland
The official government source of genealogical data for Scotland.
National Archives of Scotland
Repository for all public and legal records of Scotland which are considered worthy of permanent preservation, as well as many local and private archives.
Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery
The Hunterian collections at the University of Glasgow.
National Galleries of Scotland
National gateway to archive collections held in U.K. universities and colleges, forming part of the National Archives Network.
Scottish Poetry Library, The
Scottish Arts Council
Provides advice on researching your family tree, history of the clans, and Scottish surname search.
Scottish Book Trust
Information on SBT's programs involving Scottish writers, books, and reading initiatives.
Premier art center of the Western Isles of Scotland. Primarily devoted to the local artists and musicians, it has gained national and international recognition and awards.
Stuart, Mary (Queen of Scots) (1542-1587) (5)
Humanist Society of Scotland
Burry Man Writers Center
Resources for freelance writers interested in nonfiction, screenwriting, food and travel writing, including jobs, contracts, and market alerts.
Federation of Scottish Theatre
News and information. Search by place, date, price, and style.
Baird, John Logie (1888-1946) (3)
Learn about John Logie Baird, the Scottish engineer who invented the mechanical television, radar, and fiber optics. Sites offer his biography and articles on the invention of the mechanical television system.
Scottish Community Drama Association
Voluntary organization founded in 1926 that works to promote all aspects of community theatre in Scotland.