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National Museum of Scotland Realises 15 year, £80 million Transformation in Spring 2019

This Spring, National Museums Scotland will reveal the culmination of its 15-year, £80 million transformation of the National Museum of Scotland. The fourth and final phase of the project will see the launch of three new galleries: Ancient Egypt Rediscovered, Exploring East Asia and the Art of Ceramics.

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Request a school visit to the National Museum of Flight

This form is to request a schools visit to the National Museum of Flight (East Lothian). All visits must be booked in advance

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe is Back at the National Museum of Scotland

Three fun-filled Friday nights of Fringe entertainment, the return of Gilded Balloon at the Museum, daily live pop-up music performances and this summer’s major music exhibition Rip it Up will feature in a lively, packed programme of Edinburgh Festival Fringe events at the National Museum of Scotland.

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School visits to National Museum of Flight

From just an hour to a full day programme, students can explore technology or be inspired by history with our newest exhibitions and collection of aircraft.

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National Museums Scotland and Glenmorangie Commission Major Silver Artwork

National Museums Scotland and The Glenmorangie Company have commissioned a major new piece of contemporary silverwork for display in the National Museum of Scotland.

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Museum Late: Jacobites

On Friday 10 November the legendary Museum Lates returns with a Jacobite theme marking the end of the Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland.

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School visits to National Museum of Rural Life

Get a healthy dose of fresh country air and take in the sights, sounds and smells as your class explores our 1950s working farm.

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Job vacancies at National Museums Scotland Enterprises Ltd

Find out more about working with our Publishing, Retail and Hospitality & Events teams within National Museums Scotland Enterprises Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of National Museums Scotland that supports our work.

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Advisory Board Meeting at the National Museum of World Cultures, Leiden

On 28 November 2018, colleagues from our Advisory Board met at the National Museum of World Cultures in Leiden to discuss how the project has progressed since our last meeting.

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National Museums Scotland acquires a Red Arrows Hawk for the National Museum of Flight

National Museums Scotland has acquired a British Aerospace Hawk T1A which was flown by the Royal Air Force (RAF) Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows.

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