• New Resources

    Our guide on Sporting Heritage helps you discover the history of sport and sports grounds in your area https://www.archaeologyscotland.org.uk/publications Our Archaeology Detectives resource now includes archaeology of language – a Scots language framework and activities https://www.archaeologyscotland.org.uk/learning/resources

  • ARP Conference 2015 – 30th May

    The joint Archaeology Scotland and Society of Antiquaries of Scotland national conference will be held in Edinburgh on Saturday 30th May 2015. Visit the new Society of Antiquaries website for details and bookings.

  • Community Heritage Conference 2015

    We are delighted to announce the booking for the 2015 Scotland’s Community Heritage Conference (14th and 15th November) is now open! This year we have something for everyone – from large landscape projects to sculptures celebrating local heritage, from burial spaces to 3D digital recording! The conference will be held at the Atholl Palace Hotel, Pitlochry (Perth and Kinross) and…

  • Opportunity to excavate with Adopt-a-Monument!

    Sunday, 24th August to Sunday 31st August at Rouken Glen Park, Glasgow The Adopt-a-Monument team are running a short training excavation at Rouken Glen Park next week and would love to see you there! in partnership with Rouken Glen Park and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund Parks for People grant, the team hope to identify the location of the…

  • Free Training Haddington – 19th March

    Home Front Legacy Training – Haddington Town House 19th March 2016 Across the UK people are marking the 1914 –18 Centenary by researching the impact of the Home Front on their local places. This free training event on Saturday 19th March 2016 will demonstrate how to record sites, use the Home Front Legacy app, hear more about the site in…