National Museum of Scotland :: Shared Description

The Royal Museum began in the 19th century and was added to in the 1990s when a new building known as The Museum of Scotland was added on. Both names became defunct in 2007 when they were merged into The National Museum of Scotland. Admission, other than for special temporary exhibitions, is free.
The older part of the museum is Grade A listed. LinkExternal link
The Royal Museum is currently closed while a £46 million refurbishment, due to re-open July 29th 2011.
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NT2573 : National Museum of Scotland by DS Pugh
NT2573 : Royal Museum of Scotland (National Museum of Scotland) by N Chadwick
NT2573 : Roof of the National Museum of Scotland by DS Pugh
NT2573 : National Museum of Scotland Roof by DS Pugh
NT2573 : Royal Museum of Scotland by N Chadwick
NT2573 : National Museum of Scotland by N Chadwick
NT2573 : View from the roof by DS Pugh
NT2573 : National Museum of Scotland by N Chadwick
NT2573 : National Museum of Scotland by N Chadwick


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Created: Thu, 26 May 2011, Updated: Thu, 26 May 2011

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