• Henderson's Traverse City: If it's Scottish, then Henderson's has it. And if you don't see it on their website or in their store, just ask!

  • St. Andrews Detroit: St. Andrew's Society of Detroit, founded in 1849, is a benevolent organization dedicated to preserving Scottish heritage through literature, customs, music, dance, and dress. Each year we proudly present North America's Oldest Continuous Highland Games.

  • Electric Scotland: Here you will find thousands of web pages about Scotland and especially about the history of the Scots.  Should you be looking to travel to Scotland then this is the place to find out more. We also have thousands of web pages about Scots, Scots-Irish and their descendants all over the world.

  • National Tartan Day: Americans of Scottish descent have played a vibrant and influential role in the development of the United States. From the framers of the Declaration of Independence to the first man on the moon, Scottish-Americans have contributed mightily to the fields of the arts, science, politics, law, and more. Today, over eleven million Americans claim Scottish and Scotch-Irish roots -- making them the eighth largest ethnic group in the United States. These are the people and accomplishments that are honored every year on National Tartan Day, April 6th.

  • American Scottish Foundation: During the last 10 years, The American-Scottish Foundation has donated or provided services having a value in excess of $1,000,000 for projects in Scotland, as well as in North America. 

  • US Scots: Serving the North American Scottish community and people of Scots descent around the world. 

  • Maps of Scotland: We are based in Glasgow Scotland and have full access to Ordnance Survey mapping and data products for the whole of the UK mainland...

  • National Library of Scotland: The NLS is a tremendous resource for everyone with interest in our culture. 

  • Rampant Scotland : Ok, you want links? Literally hundreds of links? Then this is THE site for you!   

  • Scottish American Society of Michigan: A downstate group that gets together at Detroit area clubs, restaurants, pubs, or churches to talk about all things Scottish, share a meal, a toast and some laughs, and to hear the great Highland pipes and other entertainment!

  • Grand Traverse Pipes And Drums: The premiere Celtic Pipe and Drum band from TC!

With incredible number of web sites with Scottish content, it would be impossible to list them all, so here are a few sources of information.
Michigan Tartan
Our Clans
Scottish Links
Past Events

Burns Night 2012

Burns Night 2013
Scottish Country Dance
Grand Traverse Pipes & Drums