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The Luxury of Time: Clocks from 1550-1750

The Luxury of Time displayed a collection of rare and significant historical timepieces telling the story of a golden age of innovation in British watch and clockmaking.

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Winter Trail

Follow our wonderful winter trail and discover how to celebrate penguin-style!

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Declaration of Arbroath to go on public display for the first time in 15 years at the National Museum of Scotland

National Museums Scotland and National Records of Scotland have today announced that the Declaration of Arbroath will be displayed at the National Museum of Scotland next year to mark 700 years since its creation.

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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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About Scotland Creates

Here's where you can find out all about our project, Scotland Creates: A Sense of Place!

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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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Glenmorangie Research Project into Early Medieval Scotland

The Early Medieval period (around AD 300 – 900) is a very important part of Scotland’s past. Coming just after the Romans left Britain and before the arrival of the Vikings, it was a time of great creativity in Scotland.

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New to the National Collection

New to the National Collection showcased the latest additions to our collections, including objects that will feature in ten new galleries in 2016.

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Discover the Museum

Discover the Museum brings classes from schools who are not regular visitors, from areas of mid-high deprivation within Edinburgh, to the National Museum of Scotland for a free, self-led, supported visit.

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National Museums Collection Centre

The National Museums Collection Centre at Granton, Edinburgh, provides a safe and secure home for the objects and specimens that are not currently on display in our museums.

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