Explore the amazing collections of National Museums Scotland through films, animations and podcasts.
There's still time to catch up on the BBC series. Find out what happens when three groups of friends from different primary schools visit the National Museum of Scotland at night.Watch on BBC iPlayer
Join Principal Curator Margaret Maitland for a guided virtual tour of our Ancient Egypt Rediscovered gallery. Explore themes of family, home, togetherness and separation as she reveals her personal highlights.Ancient Egyptian gallery tour
How do you get more than 3,000 objects ready for display in ten brand new galleries?
This unique five-part series explores how our curators and conservators did just that – from stitching together a giant porcelain lion, playing jigsaw with a priceless marble fireplace, and restoring one of the world's first flying machines.
What did ancient Egyptian priests do all day? How is the Chinese calendar organised? Can you really print a woolly jumper?
Delve into our animated adventures exploring everything from the latest science and technology to the best way to learn Mandarin.
National Museums Scotland is collecting history as it happens.
This beautiful series of films take a look at the personal meanings of five unique objects through the eyes of the people who are closest to them.
To mark the 700th anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath we explore its creation and ask why it still resonates today.
Join National Museums Scotland's Dr Alice Blackwell, Senior Curator of Medieval Archaeology & History, and Professor Dauvit Broun in this museum podcast.
Explore our online database of over 694,000 objects – from ancient Egyptian artefacts to iconic objects from the history of Scotland.Search our collections
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