Events & Exhibitions

Discover how you can help us find the 'missing history' of Scotland's towns and cities at this interactive workshop in Ayr.
A double bill of new plays celebrating the triumphs and hardships of life in the port of Leith during the 19th and 20th Centuries.
Press release, Wednesday 18 May 2016: New community-curated exhibition marks centenary of the 'Garden City'.
Join Scotland's communities as they share their heritage at the first of three Community Heritage Conferences throughout Scotland in 2016.
100 years since the occupation of the first houses in Rosyth's Garden City and the Battle of Jutland, the Rosyth Garden City Association are hosting a free exhibition to celebrate the town's history.
On Monday 25 April, the Scotland's Urban Past Youth Forum invited you to Dance through the Decades and celebrate 100 years of youth culture at their first annual youth-led event.
Guest blogger John Martin, Chair of the Scottish Brewing Archive Association, introduces us to the history of brewing in Scotland.
Join the Scotland’s Urban Past Youth Forum at this free night of music and dancing. With music from 1920 to 2020, you'll be entertained all night long!
Get behind the scenes at The Engine Shed in Stirling and see how the building is being transformed into a state-of-the-art learning centre for building conservation.
Four local primary schools and the Rosyth Garden City Association celebrating how Rosyth has changed over the last 100 years.