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Explore the museums in Edinburgh & The Lothians and uncover a variety of fascinating exhibitions for young and old.
See the T-Rex at the National Museum of Scotland, the Concorde at the National Museum of Flight and Steiff Bears at the world’s only dedicated Museum of Childhood.
Take a look through the information to plan your trip to museums in Edinburgh & The Lothians and see what you can uncover.
Edinburgh - City Centre
Currently closed for a Heritage Lottery Funded Redevelopment Project. Reopening September 2015.
Head off on a journey of discovery at this former airfield and explore the history of aviation from the First World War to the present day.
Housed in the late 16th century Canongate Tolbooth opposite Huntly House, ' The People's Story ' is a museum with a difference.
The National Museum of Scotland is one of the Top 10 UK visitor attractions, and in the Top 20 of the most visited museums and galleries in the world.
The Bennie Museum opened in 1989 as a museum of Bathgate's history and life.
Friendly farm animals, play areas, green spaces and an innovative museum packed full of things to prod, sniff, shake and discover.
Situated in the historic former royal burgh of Queensferry, the museum commands magnificent views of the two great bridges spanning the Forth.
Dedicated to the lives and work of Scotland's great literary figures, in particular Robert Burns (1759-1796); Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832); and Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894).
Described as 'the noisiest museum in the world'.
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