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Prisoners of war at East Kilbride

During and directly after the Second World War, the Reid family at Wester Kittochside, East Kilbride employed both Italian and German prisoners of war.

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2014 Archive: Museum Lates: Night of the Mammoths

The date of the next Museum Lates event at the National Museum of Scotland has been announced as Friday 28 February 2014.

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Lottery support to complete the National Museum of Scotland Masterplan

National Museums Scotland is delighted to announce that The National Lottery has confirmed a grant of £1,071,900 towards the fourth and final stage of the Masterplan to transform the National Museum of Scotland.

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Free entry to the National Museum of Flight for National Lottery Players

The National Museum of Flight is offering free entry to National Lottery players on 16 and 17 December.

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Celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Fringe at the National Museum of Scotland

Three fun-filled Friday nights of Fringe entertainment, daily live music performances, the return of Gilded Balloon at the Museum and this summer’s major exhibition Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites feature in a packed programme of Edinburgh Festival Fringe events at the National Museum of Scotland.

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Free entry to the National Museum of Rural Life for National Lottery players

The National Museum of Rural Life at Kittochside, East Kilbride is offering free entry to National Lottery players from 11 – 17 December.

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Museum libraries

Our library services support the research and learning needs of Museum staff, visitors, and the wider external research community.

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National Museum of Scotland unveils final phase of dramatic £80 million transformation

Three new galleries at the National Museum of Scotland open to the public on 8 February. These complete the 15-year, £80 million redevelopment which has created one of the world’s finest museums, presenting the wonders of nature, art and culture and the excitement of science and discovery, all under one roof.

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Venue hire at our other museums

The National Museum of Flight, National Museum of Rural Life and National War Museum present further opportunities for entertaining on every scale.

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New to the National Collection

A killer whale skull from the only resident killer whale pod in the UK, one of just two known silver tea kettles to be made by Ebenezer Oliphant, one of the most accomplished goldsmiths of the 18th century and a unique selection of Japanese ceramics are among the fascinating objects featured in New to the National Collection, a display opening at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh on 17 August.

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