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The National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh is one of the UK's top visitor attractions and a 5-star free museum, it's easy to spend all day exploring this cultural institution. Glasgow is home to the Kelvingrove Museum & Art gallery this beautiful art gallery and museum is set in the heart of Glasgow's west end. Designed with families in mind, entry is free so you can leisurely browse the impressive collections of art, natural history and much more in one of the best museums in Scotland.


Dundee hosts the first V&A museum in the world outside London and the first ever ded-icated design museum in Scotland, V&A Dundee welcomes you to the world of design and encourages you to explore how design creativity can be provocative, ingenious or simply breathtaking. Visitors can experience the remarkable story of design past, present and future.


V&A Dundee stands at the centre of a 1 billion transformation of Dundee's waterfront. Inspired by the dramatic cliffs along the east coast of Scotland, the building stretches out into the River Tay, reconnecting the city with its historic and beautiful riverside - a major new cultural development for Scotland and the UK.


Galashiels is home to The Great Tapestry of Scotland gallery & visitor centre where the people's story of Scotland and creative journeys begin.


It houses one of the world's largest community arts projects (The Great Tapestry of Scotland), visiting exhibits, workshops & a cafe.


The centre has been purpose built to house The Great Tapestry of Scotland, which was created, and hand stitched by 1,000 people from across Scotland. The Tapestry tells a compelling visual account of Scotland's history, heritage and culture from its formation to present day.


You will find mining heritage galore at the National Mining Museum in Midlothian. National Mining Museum Scotland is a 5* visitor attraction set in the wonderfully restored Lady Victoria Colliery in Newtongrange which is just 8 miles south of Edinburgh and tells the story of coal for Scotland through exhibitions and guided tours of the pithead.

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