Royal Museum – Edinburgh

The Royal Museum is a gorgeous Victorian building, which stands out for its height and the glass roof which fills the Main Hall with natural light. The museum hosts some magnificent international decorative art, science, industry and nature collections.

Some parts of the museum date back to millions of years, others just a few decades, but all of them reflect the diversity of the life on earth, to which comparison human being appear very insignificant. The Royal Museum is situated in the vicinity of the Museum of Scotland.

Address
Chambers Street, Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, EH1 1JF

Info
Tel. +44 (0) 131 247 4114 Fax: +44 (0) 131 555 8460 E-mail: kirsty@heritageportfolio.co.uk

Opening times
Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 17 pm, Tuesday from 10 am to 20 pm, Sunday from 12 am to 17 pm.

Tickets
Individual entry to permanent exhibitions is free. For museum card holders (Friend of Museum Scheme)
For group bookings contact the museum: +44 (0) 131 247 4206 The Museum Pass permits to access the temporary exhibitions for free.
For more details contact: j.howe@nms.ac.uk
Disabled people
The major part of the garden is accessible by wheelchair.

Choose your tour in Edinburgh


Look up the map


Hotel Consigliati

Hotel Twenty

Hotel TwentyThis Georgian building is in the city centre, 800 metres from Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station and the shops of Princes Street. It has free Wi-Fi and g [...]

Kingsburgh House

Kingsburgh HouseIn an exclusive area of Murrayfield, this 5-star Victorian guest house offers luxury accommodation, superb service and free parking. Murrayfield Stadi [...]

Scopri cosa fare ad Edimburgo