John Crichton-Stuart

(6th Marquess of Bute)

1933 - 1993

Conservationist. Crichton-Stuart continued the family tradition of protecting the built environment through his time as a highly effective Chairman of the National Trust for Scotland. He also undertook a significant programme of restoration at his family seat of Mount Stuart on the Isle of Bute. In addition Crichton-Stuart was a key player in the creation of the Museum of Scotland (Edinburgh) which opened in 2000.

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