From the 1st of February young people across Scotland will have access to 30 Historic Environment Properties for £1 as part of the Year of Young People.
The offer is available to holders of the Young Scot card. The National Trust for Scotland and the Historic Houses Association are also taking part in the promotion.
Alex Paterson, Chief Executive of Historic Environment Scotland, said:
“We’re delighted to offer Young Scot cardholders this fantastic opportunity to explore our historic sites for only £1.
“I’d encourage Scotland’s young people to take advantage of this historic offer and go explore the country’s rich and diverse history first-hand – from magnificent Neolithic monuments in Orkney to the beautiful Border Abbeys.”
There are over 670,000 Young Scot cardholders in Scotland – over two-thirds of all young Scots – and the card is available for free to all young people living in Scotland aged 11-26. To access the discount young people just need to present their card when buying their ticket.
Visit Young Scot for more information and how to get your card if you do not have one.