1st May 1931

The National Trust for Scotland is founded

The National Trust for Scotland for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty is a registered charity that holds and looks after more than 100 properties and almost 200,000 acres of land in trust for the nation. These include Glen Coe, Culloden and Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.



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