Make the most of your visit with our museum highlights. Your rural adventure starts here!
Our museum galleries are the first stop on your rural adventure. Here you'll discover how the land, people and new ways of working have shaped Scotland's rural history.
Did you know that the museum hosts Scotland's largest collection of tractors, combine harvesters and other farming machinery? Find out more about the collection.
…for a walk to the farm! This country stroll takes you along a path overlooking the fields and hedgerows.
Meet cattle, pigs, sheep and hens on our working farm – and look out for Sooty, the farm cat, patrolling the farmyard.
Don’t forget to round off your visit with a stop at our award-winning café, the perfect place for some good old-fashioned home baking.
Did you know that before tractors were invented, horses used to pull ploughs and carry heavy loads on the farm? Meet our Clydesdales up at the farm or in the fields.
Discover how Clyde and his friends have been getting ready for the festive season decorating their stables and celebrating.Find out more
Our new family trail is full of top tips, object highlights and activities to help you make the most of your visit.
Join Clyde the horse on a journey around the museum galleries before taking on our super spotter challenge as you explore the great outdoors.
Tickets are valid for unlimited visits for 12 months from the date of purchase. Terms and conditions apply.Find out more
Plan your visit to the National Museum of Rural Life with our map to view online or print at home.Museum map