Coming soon Event National Museum of Scotland

Museum Socials

21 Jun - 16 Aug 2019
Museum Socials happen once a month on Fridays
10:30–12:00

Free, ticketed, refreshments included

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Our Museum Socials series of events are created for anyone affected by Dementia and their relatives, friends and supporters.


Date

Booking now available for 21 June, 19 July and 16 August 

Booking information

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

Our Socials create a friendly environment where everyone is welcome and all contributions are valued. They are suitable for first-time visitors and for those who might not regularly come to the museum, as well as people who have always loved visiting.

Our sessions are relaxed and informal, start with tea and cake, and feature a range of activities inspired by our collections. Each month has a different theme, so take a look at the dates and topics below. 

Date

Topic

Meeting point

21 June

The Art of Africa

Investigate aspects of African culture through music, art and objects.

Meet at the Entrance Hall (street level)

19 July

The Highland Revival

Investigate how the Highlands and islands became a badge of Scottish identity, inspired by the exhibition Wild and Majestic.

Meet at the Entrance Hall (street level)

16 August

Romans in Scotland

Discover how Romans dealt with Scottish tribes at the edge of the Roman Empire.

Meet at the Entrance Hall (street level)

20 September

Fashioning the body

Inspired by the exhibition Body Beautiful, explore how clothing has altered or adapted our bodies over the years.

Meet at the Entrance Hall (street level)

Museum Socials are inspired by Meet Me at MoMA. We are programming these with the National Galleries of Scotland and the National Library of Scotland.  

Getting here

National Museum of Scotland
Chambers Street
Edinburgh
EH1 1JF

 

Map and directions

Access

The Lothian Street entrance and Auditorium are wheelchair accessible, and there is access to an accessible toilet. There is also an induction loop in the Auditorium. Guide dogs, hearing dogs and other recognised assistance dogs are admitted. You can find more access information here.

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