Национальный музей Шотландии
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The National Museum of Scotland brings together our rich Scottish heritage with exciting international collections. Your journey of discovery starts here.
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Discover the delights of the natural world, explore world cultures and enthuse at treasures from around the world. Featuring a diverse range of art and design exhibits, interactive displays and games, a visit to the National Museum of Scotland will appeal to all ages. The huge variety of galleries…
Definitely worth a visit, especially if the weather is not so good! It is free entry too! It has a cafe and restaurant. Not far to walk from The Royal Mile.
Its free and its absolutely fabulous kids and adults all love this place. It's a favourite for families on rainy days in Edinburgh and only closes on Christmas day.
open daily, and entrance is free. With Scotland through the ages at its heart, it has 5 floors of eclectic exhibitions which also explore culture and natural history across the globe. It’s a stunning building and the Grand Gallery makes a thrilling first impression. There is a fabulous fine…
This museum is FREE and a great way to spend a rainy day in Edinburgh. Newly refurbished (£3M) this visit is highly recommended.
So many wonderful galleries and museums in Edinburgh and all free except the special exhibitions within them. But this is my favourite because you can usually find something fascinating to see and learn.
Brilliant fun museum come rain or shine. Views from the upper outside garden. Includes a cafe and bistro.
Since opening in 2011, the National Museum has become one of Scotland's most popular attractions, and one of the best things to do for free in Edinburgh. Welcoming over two million visitors each year, it incorporates collections from a number of Edinburgh's older museums, with highlights including…
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“At 820 feet, Arthur's Seat is the highest point in the 640-acre Holyrood Park. The spectacular views from the top encompass the whole city all the way to the mouth of the Forth. The easiest way up is from Dunsapie Loch, where there's a good-sized car park. Alternatively, you can walk from the Old Town, heading up past the Dynamic Earth science center onto a path that leads from Queen's Drive. Also easy to climb are the dramatic Salisbury Crags, a series of 151-foot cliffs adjacent to Arthur's Seat. Other features in this huge park are the ancient cultivation terraces, some of the earliest and best-preserved examples of ancient farming practices in Scotland, and the picturesque ruins of the medieval, St. Anthony's Chapel.”
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“Edinburgh Castle is one of the oldest fortified places in Europe. With a long rich history as a royal residence, military, garrison, prison and fortress, it is alive with many exciting tales.”
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“The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art — also known as "Modern One" — is another must-visit for art enthusiasts. Here, you'll find displays of paintings by Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso; surrealistic works by Rene Magritte, Joan Miró, and Max Ernst; and contemporary paintings by Bruce McLean, Callum Innes, and Gwen Hardie. The gallery is also well-known for its impressive collection of sculptures. Notable examples are works by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, and David Hockney. The extensive grounds of this impressive gallery are also worth exploring. Across the road is what's come to be known as "Modern Two," housed in an old hospital built in the 1830s. Here, you'll see works by Surrealists, including sculptor Eduardo Paolozzi, as well as an impressive recreation of his original London studio. A number of works by Dada are also on display. ”
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“Founded in 1670, the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) is the second oldest such garden in Britain. It's also one of the largest, and boasts an impressive 13,200 different plant species. Within its magnificent 70 acres are a herbarium with a collection of over three million specimens; Britain's biggest palm house; a tropical house with exotic orchids; an alpine house; a terraced moorland garden; a heather garden; and an extensive arboretum with rare giant trees from the Himalayas, North America, and China. Other highlights are the woodland garden, with its colourful azaleas, hydrangeas, camellias, and rhododendrons; an aquatic house, with tropical water plants such as the pink water lily from India; and touring displays in the Exhibition Hall. For a special festive treat, visit for the spectacular light displays over the Christmas period. A variety of educational programs are also available for those wanting a more immersive experience.”
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