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Explore Scotland’s museums and enjoy a fascinating day out where you can learn of famous warriors, see a variety of artefacts or get hands on with interactive displays.
Throughout Scotland there is a wide variety of museums covering every topic imaginable - delve into history, art, culture, science, transport, childhood, sport and much more.
Hear fascinating stories, play with interactive exhibits and see the history of Scotland and the world. With plenty of museums in the cities and small villages to visit, see what you can uncover.
Discover the story of Northmavine and its people inside this former laird’s house which dates from the late 1600s.
Enjoy a treasure house of transport history at the Grampian Transport Museum.
This 19th century museum tells the fascinating history of the Stewartry, the eastern part of Galloway.
The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum offers a truly unique encounter with Scotland's favourite son.
Based around the original control tower of the former RAF Dumfries, the museum houses a fascinating collection of aircraft and flight memorabilia.
Here in this thatched cottage built c1698 by his great-grandfather was born Hugh Miller, on 10 October, 1802.
Explore Scotland’s relationship with the sea at this fascinating seaside museum.
Boasting ‘every type of toy you can remember’, the Hamilton Toy Collection’s vast exhibition is housed in a former guesthouse on Callander’s Main Street.
Right in Forfar's historic town centre is the Meffan, built in 1898 as a bequest from the daughter of Provost Meffan.
The Jim Clark Room is a museum in Duns which is dedicated to the motor racing double world champion Jim Clark.
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