In line with the updated Scottish Government guidelines, you no longer need to pre-book a ticket to visit. Entry is free and we are open daily, 10.00 - 17.00.
24 Jul 2021 - 17 Apr 2022
The typewriter not only revolutionised offices, but also transformed the world of work - especially for women. Explore how these remarkable machines have helped to influence both society and technology, and why they are still popular today.Find out more
A range of safety measures are in place in line with Scottish Government guidelines.
This includes the requirement for all staff and visitors aged 12 and over to wear face coverings, enhanced cleaning, sneeze screens and hand sanitising stations.
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.||Card payments are the preferred method of payment.|
|Wash your hands often.|
We recommend that you use the Check In Scotland QR codes which will be located throughout the building for Test and Protect purposes.
Please do not visit the museum if you or anyone in your household has any symptoms of Coronavirus.
Plan your visit to the National Museum of Scotland with our maps to view online or print at home.View and download the maps
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The natural world, world cultures, science, technology, design, art and fashion, archaeology and Scottish history – whatever your topic, bring your class on a visit to find out more.Find out more
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.