Enjoy exclusive after hours access to our temporary exhibition Rip It Up: The Story of Scottish Pop, including a tour of the exhibition from curator Stephen Allen followed by a Q&A session.

Suitable for autistic young adults aged 14+ and their families or support workers.

  • ‘Bay City Rollers jacket, 1976 tour programme, supersonic floppy disc and fan club badge on loan from a private collection; Bay City Rollers gold disc, guitar and earliest unreleased Bay City Roller acetate recording on loan from a private collection.

    ‘Bay City Rollers jacket, 1976 tour programme, supersonic floppy disc and fan club badge on loan from a private collection; Bay City Rollers gold disc, guitar and earliest unreleased Bay City Roller acetate recording on loan from a private collection.
  • Objects on loan from Simple Minds.

    Objects on loan from Simple Minds.
  • Objects on loan from Garbage.

    Objects on loan from Garbage.
  • Objects on loan from Altered Images

    Objects on loan from Altered Images
  • Objects on loan from Fairground Attraction.

    Objects on loan from Fairground Attraction.
  • Chantal Meteor 200 jukebox made in Bristol between 1959 and 1962.

    Chantal Meteor 200 jukebox made in Bristol between 1959 and 1962.
  • Detail of coat belonging to the Bay City Rollers.

    Detail of coat belonging to the Bay City Rollers.
  • Detail of PVC jumpsuit owned by Eugene Reynolds of the Rezillos.

    Detail of PVC jumpsuit owned by Eugene Reynolds of the Rezillos.
  • Detail of purple and yellow dress belonging to Fay Fife of the Rezillos.

    Detail of purple and yellow dress belonging to Fay Fife of the Rezillos.
  • Detail of orange jacket belonging to Shirley Manson.

    Detail of orange jacket belonging to Shirley Manson.
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Exhibition
Rip It Up
The Story of Scottish Pop

Discover the story of Scottish pop music at the National Museum of Scotland as we take you on a musical journey from the 1950s to the present day.
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Events and resources for autistic children and young people

National Museums Scotland is committed to encouraging children and young people on the autism spectrum to visit and enjoy our museums. We now have a range of initiatives to support and welcome families with autistic children to the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.
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Event information

When

23 Oct 2018
17:30–19:00

Where

National Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh

How much

Free

Booking information

Booking required, link available soon

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