Early People Gallery Containing more than 5,000 objects, the Early People Gallery is the largest in the National Museum of Scotland and reveals the beginning of man's 10,000 years of living in Scotland. It houses key objects like the Hunterston Brooch, the Cramond Lioness and twelve powerful bronze figures especially created by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, one of Europe's greatest living sculptors. This stunning gallery is ideally suited for receptions and smaller dinners. Capacity Reception - 250 Dinner - 120 Theatre Style - 100 Uses Intimate dining, receptions, presentations, weddings. Photo gallery Click on the images below to see events in the Early People Gallery. Further information Find out more about the Early People Gallery here and browsing our Venue Hire at National Museums Scotland brochure. Who to contact For further information follow the link to our hospitality and events contact page.