Check out the daily free guided themed tours at the National Museum of Scotland in September!
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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
Fri 1 - The Architecture of the Museum
Sat 2 - From Body Snatchers to Body Scans
Sun 3 - Scotland's Pacific Connections
Mon 4 - Amazing Animals
Tue 5 - Death, Pain and Punishment
Wed 6 - Vikings in Scotland
Thu 7 - The Story of Ceramics
Fri 8 - The Ordinary People of Scotland
Sat 9 - Some Scottish Industries
Sun 10 - Phoebe Traquair and her Contemporaries
Mon 11 - The Stuart Kings and Mary Queen of Scots
Tue 12 - The Romans in Scotland
Wed 13 - Animals and People in the Arctic
Thu 14 - Life in Georgian Edinburgh
Fri 15 - Feisty Females
Sat 16 - The Industrial Revolution
Sun 17 - Working Lives
Mon 18 - Scottish Gold
Tue 19 - The Technology of Fashion
Wed 20 - Scottish Christianity to AD 1000
Thu 21 - Stone Stories
Fri 22 - Scots in North America
Sat 23 - Scottish Sporting Heroes
Sun 24 - Gods and Goddesses
Mon 25 - Grave Matters
Tue 26 - The Church in Scotland
Wed 27 - Bagpipes and other Instruments
Thu 28 - Scottish Inventors and Inventions
Fri 29 - The Stuarts
Sat 30 - Beginnings of Scotland - Land and People
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.