An intriguing exhibition devised by acclaimed contemporary Australian artist Danie Mellor.
Take a trip on the Magic Carpet to explore the fantastic things in the collection.
Take a trip on the Magic Carpet, especially for very little ones, to explore the fantastic things in the National Museum of Scotland.
Join us each Friday afternoon during term time to explore real and replica objects from our fascinating handling collections.
We are holding a major sale and stock clearance at the National Museum of Scotland, starting on Friday 5 September.
New to the National Collection showcases the latest additions to National Museums’ collections including objects that will feature in ten new galleries in 2016.
Find out what researchers get up to and see some of their inventions as part of Explorathon 14.
Join us for an unmissable live event featuring Flamenco music and dance performance for the Hispanic Festival 2014.
Join us this October half-term for all sorts of scary, spooky and weird goings on.
Join us to discover the tales, songs and the beautiful and strange things from Scotland's past.
Explore the changing relationships between Great Britian and India during the 18th and 19th centuries through the lives of two men with very different experiences of British imperial rule.
Two film screenings and a panel discussion about Being Human, part of a UK wide festival of the humanities.
Join six craft makers in a celebration of Scottish craft over two weekends at Meet Your Maker.
Featuring over 100 playable games, Game Masters showcases the work of more than 30 leading videogame designers.
Come and make a lovely festive decoration inspired by our collections at National Museum of Scotland.
Reminisce with Rab Florence as he leads us on a nostalgic trip through our Christmas morning video game memories.
Get into the festive spirit with Christmas concerts from local choirs at National Museum of Scotland.
Be inspired by the museum and get drawing in our annual art competition at National Museum of Scotland.
Celebrate with an afternoon of whirling and birling at National Museum of Scotland.