Jedburgh Museum, Castle Street Jedburgh, Scotland, TD8 6AS
A look back at a decade of great change – from fashion to the first man on the moon.
George IV Bridge Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1 1EW
Scotland's leading role in the intellectual and scientific progress of the late 18th century is explored in 'Northern Lights' at National Library of Scotland.
Mount Stuart Isle of Bute, Scotland, PA20 9LR
Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute, hosts an exhibition looking at Mary Queen of Scots as a historical figure and as a cultural icon.
Schoolhill Aberdeen, Scotland, AB10 1FQ
Aberdeen Art Gallery reopens on 2 November 2019 after a 'once in a lifetime' transformation.
Scott's Abbotsford Melrose, Scotland, TD6 9BQ
Abbotsford House present a new exhibition on a landmark project that involves the property's collection team archiving and cataloguing the Scott family archive for the first time.
Sir Duncan Rice Library, Bedford Road Aberdeen, Scotland, AB24 3AA
An exhibition exploring the friendship between a 19th-century Aberdeen professor, William MacGillivray, and the American naturalist and artist John James Audubon.
15 Victoria Terr Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1 2JL
A two-hour class on getting started in Scottish family history.
Well Street Tain, Scotland, IV20 1YD
The King in the North: the Latest Progress on the Northern Picts Project – a talk by Gordon Noble, University of Aberdeen.
Murdoch's Lone, Alloway Alloway, Scotland, KA7 4PQ
Parris Joyce, Learning Officer at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, will take you on a guided tour of the Museum to discuss the women in Burns’s life and the objects about them.
Page 2 of 4