National Museum Of Scotland Overview
If you're looking for the best Edinburgh attractions where you can learn about Scottish history, you must visit the National Museum of Scotland. It has a wealth of objects representing everything from international and Scottish archaeology to design and applied arts, from social history to science, world cultures, technology, and the natural world.

The sixteen new galleries reopened in the year 2011 include eight thousand objects, eighty percent of which were not on display formerly. It has a collection of nearly fourteen thousand manuscripts in various scripts and languages, covering a variety of subjects and representing various provinces. The museum has a diverse array of interactive games and displays to entertain the visitors.

Location: Chambers Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1JF

Timing: 10 am- 4:30 pm
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