Events & Exhibitions

John Sinclair House in Edinburgh, home of the National Record of the Historic Environment, will open its doors to celebrate both Doors Open Day and the Festival of Architecture.
Learn how community groups sharing the story of their places have dreamt up imaginative, creative outcomes – making a greater impact – and how you can do the same!
Get involved at this practical workshop and gain skills while investigating and recording part of the Highland Council's Headquarters building on Glenurquhart Road, Inverness.
Join us at this free hands-on workshop and learn how to investigate and record historic buildings in Merkinch, Inverness.
At this free workshop, you'll learn how to use online resources to investigate and share information about places in Scotland's towns and cities.
Join us at the Engine Shed, Scotland’s building conservation hub, before it opens early 2017, to discover more about conservation and Stirling's historical buildings.
Learn how you to research and record your local landmarks at this interactive workshop in Hawick.
This free workshop will introduce you to the basics of researching Scotland's towns and cities, and show you how to add the history of Dumfries, Kirkcudbright and Castle Douglas to one of Scotland's national collections.
A free interactive introduction to historical investigations for Lerwick's history lovers.
This free afternoon workshop for groups and agencies will show you how to research and record Lerwick's 'missing history'.