The link below will take you directly to the research and statistics section of the Visit Scotland website. Click on the menu bar down the left hand side to access facts, information, surveys, statistics and analysis regarding tourism in Scotland. You can access recent and archived reports about the northern, eastern, southern or western regions of Scotland. Simply click on Tourism Statistics and follow the link for either Latest Statistics or Archived Reports.
You can also access regional tourist information on the Visit Scotland Website. Visit Scotland develop and market Scotland as a tourist destination.
The link below will take you directly to the topic of tourism on the Scottish Government website. Here you will find key tourism facts, annual statistics and links to the latest publications for further information regarding tourism.
The link below will take you directly to the homepage of the Event Scotland website who showcase Scotland and encourage more people to visit and experience some of the major events.
Historic Environment Scotland
Below you will find some other tourism websites for further information and research:
Historic Environment Scotland is the lead public body established to investigate, care for and promote Scotland’s historic environment.
National Trust for Scotland
The National Trust for Scotland conserves natural and human heritage that is significant to Scotland and the world.
Scottish Natural Heritage
Scottish Natural Heritage promotes care for the natural heritage, wildlife, habitats, rocks, and landscapes of Scotland.
Cairngorms National Park
Cairngorms National Park, in the heart of the Scottish highlands, is the UK’s largest national park.
Website on Cultural Heritage Information
This website allows people to locate details of archaeological and historic sites held in Scotland’s national and local historic environment records. It shows what sites are historic around the A9 to give us more information letting us know if we can construct on that area. This information is used to see sites that may potentially be affected by the proposals in the area and so these can be avoided if there are any.