Friday, October 12, 2007
The Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland, is a building which, together with the adjacent Royal Museum, comprises the National Museum of Scotland. It is dedicated to the history, people and culture of Scotland. The museum is on Chambers Street, in central Edinburgh. It is part of the National Museums of Scotland. Admission is free.
Opened in 1998, incorporating collections from the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland and Scottish items from the Royal Museum, the museum possesses a distinctive look.
Interior view of the Museum of Scotland
The Roof Terrace, featuring artworks by Andy Goldsworthy
Basement level interior
The Monymusk Reliquary, which dates from circa 750
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