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The Scottish Castles Association's principal objectives are to encourage the protection, conservation, restoration, research, study and appreciation of Scottish castles and historic buildings and bring together all those with an interest in them.
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Scotland - what visual images does the name suggest in the mind of a visitor to the country? Almost certainly mountains, but equally likely it will be castles: rugged Highland strongholds set in magnificent scenery, sturdy towers surrounded by the hills of the Borders country, castles perched improbably on the edge of cliffs high above the sea, all kinds of fortification developed over the centuries into grandiose baronial residences, and relatively modest fortified houses still occupied as family homes. Castles have played a crucial role in Scotland's history, and the extraordinary variety of castles and towers spread throughout the country provides a fascinating subject for study. - read our aims and objectives
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The Scottish Castles Association aims to encourage the protection, conservation, restoration, research, study and appreciation of Scotland's magnificent castles.
Here's how you can get in touch with the Scottish Castles Association
Meet the members of the Scottish Castles Association council here.
A selection of some of the castles, towers and fortified houses associated with Scottish Castles Association members.
Discover how the Scottish Castles Association began and how it has grown since.
View our extensive collection of castle postcards (circa 1900).