The National Museum of Rural Life is open and tickets are available for online booking.Book now
Tel: 0300 123 6789
Adult Annual Pass £9
Concession Annual Pass £8*
Child Annual Pass (5–15) £6 (under 5s free)
Family Annual Pass (2 adults and 2 children) £25
Open daily, 10:00 - 17:00
Please book a timed entry ticket online for every member of your group in advance of your visit. This includes National Museums Scotland Members, National Museum of Rural Life Annual Pass holders and National Trust for Scotland Members.
A range of safety measures are in place in line with Scottish Government guidelines.
This includes pre-booked timed entry, face coverings, enhanced cleaning, sneeze screens, hand sanitising stations and one-way routes in certain areas of the museum where physical distancing is not possible.
We want you to have a safe and enjoyable visit. During your visit, we ask you to:
|Please keep your distance from others.||Face coverings must be worn by visitors aged 12 and over.|
|Use the hand sanitiser provided.||Please note card payments only.|
|Wash your hands often.|
Please do not visit the museum if you or anyone in your household has any symptoms of Coronavirus.
We have acquired VisitBritain’s Good to Go accreditation. This Industry Standard mark means that National Museums Scotland has followed government and industry Covid-19 guidelines, has a Risk Assessment in place and a process to maintain cleanliness and aid physical distancing.
12 Oct - 15 Oct 2021
Become an Autumn Explorer this October half term with family storytelling, outdoor trails and ranger walks. Learn about beavers, bats, bugs and some other animals that live in Scotland today, as well as animals that lived here in the past.Find out more
Our ever-popular play park has returned this summer with a new musical arbour, basket swing and magnifying posts to help you get closer to nature.
With picnic tables and plenty of wide-open space, our play and picnic area is the perfect place to take a break during your visit.
Inspired by the wildlife often spotted around the museum site and the animal residents at our farm, willow artist Anna Cross has created a beautiful collection of willow sculptures for you to discover as you explore outdoors.Discover more
As a charity, we rely on your donations to care for our animals and our special landscape. Please donate today to support our work.
Plan your visit to the National Museum of Rural Life with our map to view online or print at home.View and download the map