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Robots

From early mechanised human forms to today’s cutting-edge technology, this major exhibition revealed our 500-year quest to make machines human.

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Robots

Some robots have arrived at the Museum needing our help! But sometimes the best person to fix a robot... is another robot!

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Robots descend on National Museum of Flight

Battling robots, a giant animatronic T rex dinosaur and one of the world’s most advanced robotic limbs are just some of the attractions on show at the National Museum of Flight’s Robots Live! event at East Fortune, East Lothian on Sunday 16 June 2013.

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Freddy the Robot

Find out about Freddy the robot developed in the 1970s at the University of Edinburgh and explore how robot technology has changed from early automota to assisting surgery and exploring Mars.

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Autism After Hours

Visit the museum on your own terms once the public have gone home.

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Landmark year ahead for National Museums Scotland as it completes the transformation of the National Museum of Scotland

A landmark year lies ahead for National Museums Scotland with the completion of the transformation of the National Museum of Scotland’s iconic Victorian building in Edinburgh and a diverse and world-class programme of exhibitions.

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Press release archive

Here you'll find past National Museum Scotland press releases.

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10 activities to try with kids

The National Museum of Scotland is full of fun for kids of all ages. Here are some favourite family-friendly exhibits and interactive games.

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Travel trade

Welcome to National Museums Scotland travel trade service: dedicated to helping you plan and book visits to our four fantastic National Museums.

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Deputy First Minister John Swinney announces Maths Week Scotland 2019 dates

Today (25 April 2019) Deputy First Minister, John Swinney, announced the dates for this year’s Maths Week Scotland during an event attended by secondary school pupils from James Gillespie’s High School at the National Museum of Scotland. This year’s programme will take place from 30 September until 6 October.

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