Scottish National Gallery
The Scottish National Gallery is set within a 19th-century, neoclassical building in Edinburgh’s centre. Offering free admission for all, the art gallery allows easy access to over 96,000 renowned masterpieces.
You can enjoy admiring the gallery’s array of exhibitions on guided tours or at your own leisure. The museum is family-friendly, with year-round story-telling sessions for the little ones.
Some of the Scottish National Gallery highlights include displays of Van Gogh and Monet’s artwork. You can also view Raeburn’s famed painting of ‘The Skating Minister’ in all its glory here!
On top of admiring the ample artwork, you can also get involved in a range of interactive displays. The museum is home to a fantastic IT Gallery and holds regular life drawing classes.
After touring the gallery, be sure to tuck into a mouth-watering treat at the on-site cafe, The Scottish Cafe & Restuarant. Here, you can savour a range of dishes showcasing local produce.
Scottish National Gallery Events
You can enjoy access to a range of events during your visit to the Scottish National Gallery. The majority of the events are free and don’t require booking! There are many to choose from, too, from workshops and lectures to exhibitions and tours.
Get lost in art with a visit to this marvellous gallery…
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