Pollock House is located in the outskirts of Glasgow and is renowned for its exceptional collection of Spanish art. This is managed by the National Trust for Scotland and it is one of their finest properties and it is beautiful to walk around the surrounding Pollock Country Park. Take in the impressive servant quarters and as well as the Spanish art along with Raeburn and Guthrie. There is the opportunity to sample some fine home baking and other treats in the Edwardian Kitchen café. This stately home was built by the Maxwell family who lived there for over six centuries. The house that is on the site presently was built during the mid-18th century. During the early 20th century the house was extended and the features of the 18th century were preserved. To compliment the house there is an extensive garden with a collection of over 1,000 species of rhododendrons. Located behind the house there is a beach tree which is thought to be over 250 years which is worth viewing.