Related Websites

General Information About Scotland

A beautiful site offering information on everything from travel to shopping.

A lot of everything: Clan histories, shopping sites, travel information, even how to address a clan chief. Check out their page to send electronic Scottish postcards.

The full text of the Declaration of Arbroath, the Scottish "Declaration of Independence" written in 1320.

A detailed map of Scotland showing the locations of all the clans and families of Scotland. Also included is a booklet giving brief histories of each clan.

The official web site of Eilean Donan Castle, the ancestral home of Clan MacRae. Eilean Donan is the most photographed castle in Scotland and is open for touring. It also has a delightful gift shop.

Clan Societies Related to the MacRaes

The official web site of Clan MacRae in Scotland.

The official web site of Clan MacRae in Canada.

The official web site of Clan MacRae Society (Australia and New Zealand)

McCraw is one of the spelling varients of the MacRae gaelic name.

The official website of the Clan McGrath Society.

The original owners of Eilean Donan Castle, this clan has a long and close association with the MacRaes.

Official website of Clan MacRae piper Jimi McRae.


The site for the museum located in Franklin, North Carolina.

Dedicated to the preservation, promotion and protection of Tartans.


A Scottish Heritage membership gives you a free pass to all National Trust for Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland properties for one year. Members also receive the Highlander, a U.S. magazine about Scotland and its history published six times a year, the Scottish Heritage USA’s newsletter three times a year plus the National Trust for Scotland’s magazine that keeps its members and friends abreast of all the latest Trust news.

A conservation charity dedicated to preserving and encouraging tourism of all the things that make Scotland unique, including castles and wilderness areas.

The definitive source for planning a trip to Scotland. The Scottish Tourist Board has offices all over Scotland, so you can stop in as you travel and receive travel advice.

TravelScotland offers an exciting range of holiday hotels all over Scotland.

A comprehensive source of information for anyone planning a trip to Scotland. conduct exclusive tours mainly from Inverness, but also from other Scottish cities. These include several tours which include Eilean Donan Castle and the Isle of Skye, but also visits to the MacKenzie seat of Castle Leod which can only be visited by special arrangement. The guides are authors, historians or local experts and also conduct a Diana Gabaldon tour which includes many MacKenzie locations which feature in the books.


Your Scottish Cousin, managed by a member of Clan MacRae of NA, offers many MacRae items including scarves, neckties, ladies' sashes, baseball caps, blankets, and tartan wool fabric.

From kilts to scarves to shortbread, this site (and their beautiful printed catalog) offer all things Scottish.

Create Family Heirlooms with your Tartan and Beautifully Embroidered Scottish & Celtic Crests

Beautiful highland footwear with your clan tartan.

We offer a fabulous range of kilt sporrans in all sizes, materials and for every occasion. Whenever you look for a leather, fur, studded, embossed or tartan sporran - We have it!

Northglen Antiques is your source for antiques from Scotland: furniture and collectibles, Celtic music and jewelry, and clan memorabilia.  The owner is a member of the MacRae clan.

Tailored tartan clothing and interiors.  10% discount - use code CLANMACRAE

Great tasting caramel candies that can be purchased online.

Historically accurate weapons by Mike McRae.