The Society organises a number of excursions each year for members. During the winter months the Society generally organises two local excursions, whilst in the summer the milder weather allows for two or three visits to more distant places of archaeological and historical interest. Some of our visits are to excavations in progress, or places which have been featured in one of our Society lectures.
Previous excursions organised by the Society have included visits to the Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre, St Andrews Cathedral, Wanlockhead Lead Mining Village, Tullie House Museum, Dundonald Castle, Kilmartin Museum and Glen, Ballochmyle rock art site, and Dumfries House. We have also led walking tours on various aspects of Glasgow heritage.
The cost of these excursions vary, depending on admission costs and whether or not transport needs to be arranged. It is essential to book your place in advance – information on how to do this will be included with news of our next excursion.