Wednesday April 1, 2015

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Become a secret agent for the day! Can you work out the de-activation code? Follow the Trail of clues and solve them, to show you have what it takes to make a great spy, and you could win £1000! Glasgow Riverside Spy Trail is a self-guided walk... View more details - Glasgow Merchant City Spy Trail
Starts at George Square Glasgow G2 1DY

Have fun discovering Glasgow with two self-guided, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, is a vibrant and cosmopolitan place with a wealth of cultural heritage to explore. Offering a fabulous blend of... View more details - Curious About Glasgow
Glasgow City Centre G1 3SL

This is the fun way to explore popular Pollok Country Park. Hunt for the hidden treasure! The Trail is a self-guided walk with a fun mystery to solve, and you could be in with a chance of winning £1000. All the family can join in to find and... View more details - Pollok Country Park Treasure Hunt Trail
Pollok Country Park Glasgow G43 1AT

Escape to the countryside for a full day of family fun at our five-star museum and historic working farm. Tour our period farmhouse for a sense of what living on a farm was really like more than 50 years ago, and discover how 300 years of farming... View more details - National Museum of Rural Life
Wester Kittochside, Philipshill Road, East Kilbride, Lanarkshire G76 9HR

Garden open to the public: Duntreath Castle, for Scotland’s Gardens, a charity that raises funds by opening gardens of horticultural interest, large and small. Please check on the website for last minute changes. View more details - Duntreath Castle
Duntreath Castle, Blanefield, Stirling G63 9AJ

Garden open to the public: Kilsyth Gardens, for Scotland’s Gardens, a charity that raises funds by opening gardens of horticultural interest, large and small. Please check on the website for last minute changes. View more details - Kilsyth Gardens
Kilsyth Gardens, Allanfauld Road, Kilsyth, Glasgow G65 9DE

Garden open to the public: The Tors, for Scotland’s Gardens, a charity that raises funds by opening gardens of horticultural interest, large and small. Please check on the website for last minute changes. View more details - The Tors
The Tors, 2 Slamannan Road, Falkirk, Stirling FK1 5LG

Opened in 1901, the Dick Institute is one of the most important cultural venues in the south-west of Scotland, featuring the largest museum and galleries space in Ayrshire as well as East Ayrshire’s central library. It has a programme of... View more details - Dick Institute
Elmbank Avenue, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire KA1 3BU

The Doon Valley Museum is located in a conversion of one of the oldest buildings in Dalmellington (dating from 1744). It was saved from demolition in the 1980s and has been refurbished to provide a bright and modern museum and gallery space. The... View more details - Doon Valley Museum
9 Green Street, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire KA1 3BN

Garden open to the public: Gargunnock House, for Scotland’s Gardens, a charity that raises funds by opening gardens of horticultural interest, large and small. Please check on the website for last minute changes. View more details - Gargunnock House
Gargunnock House, Gargunnock, Stirling FK8 3AZ

Garden open to the public: Thorntree, for Scotland’s Gardens, a charity that raises funds by opening gardens of horticultural interest, large and small. Please check on the website for last minute changes. View more details - Thorntree
Thorntree, Arnprior, Stirling FK8 3EY

Garden open to the public: Milseybank, for Scotland’s Gardens, a charity that raises funds by opening gardens of horticultural interest, large and small. Please check on the website for last minute changes. View more details - Milseybank
Milseybank, Bridge of Allan, Stirling FK9 4NB

Garden open to the public: Carnell, for Scotland’s Gardens, a charity that raises funds by opening gardens of horticultural interest, large and small. Please check on the website for last minute changes. View more details - Carnell
Carnell, by Hurlford, Ayrshire KA1 5JS

Garden open to the public: New Lanark Roof Garden, for Scotland’s Gardens, a charity that raises funds by opening gardens of horticultural interest, large and small. Please check on the website for last minute changes. View more details - New Lanark Roof Garden
New Lanark Roof Garden, New Lanark Mills, Lanark, Lanarkshire ML11 9DB

Garden open to the public: 45 Northfield Crescent, for Scotland’s Gardens, a charity that raises funds by opening gardens of horticultural interest, large and small. Please check on the website for last minute changes. View more details - 45 Northfield Crescent
45 Northfield Crescent, Longridge, Bathgate, Edinburgh EH47 8AL



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