Next door to the Royal Museum, the stunning new Museum of Scotland (opened 1998) details the history of the Scottish people. ... More
The National Museum of Scotland
Next door to the Royal Museum, the stunning new Museum of Scotland (opened 1998) details the history of the Scottish people. From the beginning of time through present day, the history of Scotland is explained through galleries and displays in a wonderful, informative exhibition. Wander through the halls and wonder at the fossils, the ancient jewelry and artifacts. Travel back in time to the industrial revolution and the Scottish position in the British Empire. Marvel at the technological advances that have taken Scotland to modernity.
Try to visit to this museum on your Edinburgh trip. If you can, join one of the guided tours. My guide was well informed and went out of her way to make this an enjoyable and interesting visit. There enough here to fill half a day or more.
National Maritime Museum is bright, airy, and the fresh air will make you feel like you're on deck. The various
exhibitions in the galleries offer an interactive experience with heaving open hatchway doors, turning the ship's wheel and using ...
This is bound to put a smile on your face and kids will love it. Toys, games, books, memorabilia and
countless other objects are crammed into the four fandabidozi floors. It has come a long way since its foundation ...
This center is easy to find and offers a comprehensive ticketing service for major theaters, Scottish evenings, walking tours, coach
tours, coach travel and entry passes. There's a handy Bureau de Change on site so you can change your ...