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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.
The North Ayrshire Heritage Centre, formerly North Ayrshire Museum, is found in Saltcoats on the south west coast of Scotland.
Admire one of the UK’s most impressive collections of 20th century British art at this art gallery in Stromness.
Uncover the fascinating natural and social history of Galloway at the Museum Newton Stewart Museum, housed in the former St. John’s Church.
Fort William & Lochaber
The gallery is a purpose built space rare in the north west highlands and is the perfect place to visit.
Glasgow City Centre
Visitors are warmly welcomed to discover Mackintosh's story at the GSA and examine the exteriors of this architectural gem on GSA's award-winning, student-led guided tours.
The Jim Clark Room is a museum in Duns which is dedicated to the motor racing double world champion Jim Clark.
"The museum has a wide range of displays of local interest covering archaeology, Montrose history, the Picts, Montrose silver, maritime and natural history."
Inverness City Centre
Explore exciting stories from the past and learn about the people, environment and traditions of the Highlands at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery.
Built into the sandstone of the bridge itself in 1660, Dumfries' oldest house is now a museum of everyday life in the town.
Visit this small ruin perched on a hill near Oban which was once a formidable stronghold of Clan MacDougall.
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