Coming soon Tour National Museum of Scotland

Deaf-led BSL Tour

23 Jun 2019
15:00–16:00

Meet at Tour Meeting Point

Free, ticketed

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Take a BSL introductory tour around the National Museum of Scotland and discover the stories about selected objects.


Location

Meet your guide at the Tour Meeting Point, Entrance Hall, Level 0 from 14:45. 

Booking information

Book in person at our museums, call 0300 123 6789 or book online.

Age 14+

Please note that this tour is for Deaf and hard of hearing British Sign Language users. It is in British Sign Language and does not include a voiceover.

Deaf BSL (British Sign Language) users can make contact with us using the free ContactSCOTLAND-BSL service.

Getting here

National Museum of Scotland
Chambers Street
Edinburgh
EH1 1JF

 

Map and directions

Access

  • There is level access to the Museum via the main doors to the Entrance Hall on Chambers Street and the Tower entrance at the corner of Chambers Street and George IV Bridge. 
  • Lifts are available to all floors and accessible toilets are available on most floors, as well as a Changing Places (U) toilet in the Entrance Hall on Level 0.
  • Guide dogs, hearing dogs and other recognised assistance dogs are admitted. 

You can find more access information hereIf you would like to discuss any additional access requirements, please contact Lee McCulley, Adult Learning Officer on L.McCulley@nms.ac.uk 

In association with Deaf Action.

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