We want everyone who comes to our museums to enjoy their time with us and make the most of their visit. Here's what we do to assist visitors with additional support needs.
New research facility developments
We are constantly working to enhance and improve our storage and research facilities, to preserve and study our collections and increase access, particularly for researchers.
Outreach and engagement
Our community outreach work is tailored to meet the needs and interests of specific target groups, to offer wider access to our objects and resources and through Schools Outreach.
This vital support from funding and grants enables communities across Scotland to enjoy access to our collections, try fun activities and experience new learning opportunities.
Freedom of Information Act (Scotland)
The Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 came into full force on January 1st 2005. The act aims to increase openness and accountability in government and across the public sector by ensuring that people have the right to access information held by Scottish public authorities.
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What we do
At National Museums Scotland, we care for collections of national and international importance, preserving them, interpreting them and making them accessible to as many people as possible.
Nicola Garside is Assistant Curator, East and Central Asia. Nicola is on leave until June 2020.
A few years ago I was given access to capture the people and places at the cutting edge of the deep-water renewables industry...