In the South, all along our hills and valleys, Scotland was made and remade. Throughout history, from the Romans to the Vikings, from English royalty to lawless Reivers, the South has been fiercely fought over, so much so, that part of our border was once known as The Debatable Land. Today, you can see this heritage wrought in our defensive castles and our stately homes, in our ruined abbeys, and in our ancient traditions.

Take a journey through time, and see where our clans rose and fell, where battles were won and lost, where bloodthirsty riders became legends, and where great houses and castles were the sites of intrigue, love, and betrayal. Trace the footsteps of Robert the Bruce, William Wallace and Mary, Queen of Scots in the South, where the history and heritage of Scotland starts.