Check out the daily free guided themed tours for adults and small groups at the National Museum of Scotland in July!
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
Sat 1 - Bagpipes and other Instruments
Sun 2 - The Picts
Mon 3 - No Tour
Tue 4 - Scottish Christianity to 1000 AD
Wed 5 - Life in Georgian Edinburgh
Thu 6 - Symbols of Power
Fri 7 - The Architecture of the Museum
Sat 8 - Amazing Animals
Sun 9 - From Body Snatchers to Body Scans
Mon 10 - 18th Century Scotland
Tue 11 - Ceramics
Wed 12 - Grave Matters
Thu 13 - Scottish Science and Technology
Fri 14 - The Scots Abroad
Sat 15 - The Technology of Fashion
Sun 16 - Feisty Females
Mon 17 - Death, Pain and Punishment
Tue 18 - All Things Bright and Luxurious
Wed 19 - Jewellery from Antiquity to the Present Day
Thu 20 - Stone Stories
Fri 21 - The Museum Buildings
Sat 22 - Working Lives
Sun 23 - Gods and Goddesses
Mon 24 - The Industrial Revolution
Tue 25 - The Stuarts
Wed 26 - The Craftsmen of Scotland
Thu 27 - The Vikings in Scotland
Fri 28 - The Church in Scotland
Sat 29 - Man, Sun, Moon and Stars
Sun 30 - Scottish Sporting Heroes
Mon 31 - The History of Telecommunications
Header image: Red Genie phone on display in Communicate, Level 3, National Museum of Scotland.
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.