Support from players helps us to run our family programming at the National Museums of Scotland, Flight and Rural Life. To see more about these activities, including details of how to take part, please visit our family events page here.
Robots, an exhibition which ran from January to May 2019, was supported by players and explored our 500-year quest to make machines human, from early mechanised human forms to today’s cutting-edge technology. For more about this Robots exhibition, please see here.
Players have been supporting programming at the National Museum of Scotland and across Scotland, offering social and heritage experiences for autistic people and people living with dementia. There is more on Museum Socials, Early Doors and Autism After Hours at the National Museum of Scotland here.
In addition, support from players has also contributed to the significant cost of running the most popular museum in the UK outside of London, helping us to share Scotland’s national collections and welcome over 2 million visitors a year.
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