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Historic Buildings & Homes
Come and see the world’s oldest surviving music hall – The Britannia Panopticon
Only a few steps from busy Argyle Street. Opened in 1857 as Britannia Music Hall it is famed for the debut of Stan Laurel and early cinema. Now a living museum.
A small studio gallery in the Outer Hebrides displaying pastels, paintings, photographs and handmade paper crafts by artists Elsie Mitchell and Derek Scanlan.
Trace the history of this formidable Borders family at the biggest Armstrong museum in the world.
The Museum covers the History of Surgery and Edinburghs special contribution to surgical practice in modern times.
EcosseImages is the home of Landscape Photographer Peter Boswell and is based on the beautiful Mountquhanie Estate in North Fife near Cupar.
The Fergusson Gallery is devoted to the work of one of the celebrated Scottish Colourists, John Duncan Fergusson.
The Hunterian is home to the world’s largest permanent display of the work of James McNeill Whistler.
The Land, Sea and Islands Visitor Centre is on the site of a derelict smiddy in a stunning situation in the heart of Arisaig village.
Welcome to The Museum of Scottlsh Railways, Scotland’s largest railway museum. Open 7 days a week April-October.
Built into the sandstone of the bridge itself in 1660, Dumfries' oldest house is now a museum of everyday life in the town.