Check out the themed tours at the National Museum of Scotland in February!
When, Where & How Much...
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About Themed Tours at the National Museum of Scotland
Our free guided themed tours at National Museum of Scotland explore everything from Scotland's history to the supernatural.
Themed tours take place every day at 3pm and have a different theme every day. Themed tours are subject to guide availability and some titles may change.
Our free public guided tours are for adult individuals and small groups (up to six people only). If you are visiting as part of a larger group please see our section on booked tours.
Meet the guide at the Tour Meeting Point, Entrance Hall, Level 0
1 Wednesday - Saints and Sinners
2 Thursday - Phoebe Traquair and her Contemporaries
3 Friday - The Architecture of the Museum
4 Saturday - The New Galleries
5 Sunday Scottish Lighthouses
6 Monday - Feisty Females
7 Tuesday - The Industrial Revolution
8 Wednesday - Death, Pain and Punishment
9 Thursday - French Connections
10 Friday - Vikings Ahoy
11 Saturday - From Body Snatchers to Body Scans
12 Sunday - Bagpipes and other Instruments
13 Monday - Jewellery: Antiquity to the Present Day
14 Tuesday - The Stuart Kings and Mary Queen of Scots
15 Wednesday - 18th Century Scotland
16 Thursday - We the People
17 Friday - Symbols of Power
18 Saturday - Working Lives
19 Sunday - Beginnings of Scotland, Land and People
20 Monday - Scottish Gold
21 Tuesday - Weights, Measures and Counters
22 Wednesday - Scottish Sporting Heroes
23 Thursday - A Trip down Memory Lane
24 Friday - The Craftsmen of Scotland
25 Saturday - Treasures of European Palaces
26 Sunday - The Art and Architecture of the Museum
27 Monday - From Body Snatchers to Body Scans
28 Tuesday - Birds in Nature, Mythology and Art
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Themed Tours at the National Museum of Scotland are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.