Chambers Street, EH1 1JF
Museum openOpen daily, 10:00 - 17:00Free entry
East Fortune Airfield, EH39 5LF
Museum openWeekends only, 10:00 - 16:00Paid entry, Members free
Philipshill Road, G76 9HR
Museum openOpen daily, 10:00 - 17:00Paid entry, Members free
Edinburgh Castle, EH1 2NG
Museum openOpen daily, 09:45 - 17:00Entry to the museum is free
Close-up detail of wool and mohair woven tweed fabric in green, yellow, orange, and pink.
Explore the life and career of Bernat Klein, one of the 20th century’s leading forces in modernist design, in this free exhibition marking the centenary of his birth.
Dalek cyborg emerging from a vortex in space with a DNA double helix, police box, and earth in the background.
Doctor Who Worlds of Wonder will explore the science behind the global hit television series Doctor Who and give fans a chance to experience the Doctor’s adventures from a scientific perspective.
Various museum objects
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Fan in European Styles
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View of the underside of the Concorde inside an aircraft hangar
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Woman and man smiling in a gallery with glass cases out of focus..
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A group of carved Lewis chess pieces
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Beryllium (Be), used to make connectors and wires in mobile phones, is found in beryl.
You can see this sample of beryl in the Restless Earth gallery, on Level 1 of the National Museum of Scotland.
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