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Major Art Fund donation to Galloway Hoard campaign as public appeal is launched

The campaign to raise the £1.98 million required to save the Galloway Hoard for the nation has received a significant boost thanks to a funding contribution of £400,000 from Art Fund. The generous donation takes the campaign to secure the hoard - the richest collection of rare and unique Viking-age objects ever found in Britain or Ireland - to the half-way point.

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Conservation of Cross from Galloway Hoard Reveals “Supreme” Example of Anglo-Saxon Metalwork

New images reveal the stunning detail of an Anglo-Saxon cross buried for over a thousand years as part of the Galloway Hoard, one of the UK’s most important archaeological finds of recent times

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National Museums Scotland Gains Opportunity to Acquire Unique Treasure Hoard

The Galloway Hoard, an unparalleled find of Viking-age gold, silver and jewelled treasures, has been allocated to National Museums Scotland by the Queen’s and Lord Treasurer’s Remembrancer (QLTR).

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The Galloway Hoard

The Galloway Hoard brings together the richest collection of rare and unique Viking-age objects ever found in Britain or Ireland.

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National Museums Scotland Launches a Fashionable 2020 Programme

National Museums Scotland’s 2020 exhibition programme includes fearsome predators, iconic fashions and archaeological mysteries in highlight exhibitions Tyrannosaurs, Little Black Dress and The Galloway Hoard.

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National Museums Scotland announces 2021 Exhibition Programme

One of the archaeological finds of the century, spectacular wildlife and the revolutionary impact of the typewriter are among the highlights.

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Additional support and inclusive programmes

We want everyone who comes to our museums to enjoy their time with us and make the most of their visit.

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Collections Services department

The Collections Services department manages and cares for our collections.

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Annual Review 2017

This has been an exceptional year for National Museums Scotland. Across our museums we have welcomed over 2.7 million visitors, 1.84 million of these to the National Museum of Scotland making it the most popular museum outside of London and the most visited attraction in Scotland.

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Glenmorangie Research Project

The Glenmorangie Research Project on Early Medieval Scotland began in 2008 and since then has uncovered exciting new insights on this important period of Scotland’s past.

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