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Moirlanich Longhouse

0844 493 2136

A perfectly preserved cruck cottage, open Easter to September.



National Galleries of Scotland

+44 (0)131 624 6200

Our collection of Scottish and international art is among the best in the world, and is housed in three galleries across Edinburgh. We are open daily and entrance is free.



National Library of Scotland

0131 623 3918

Find out what resources the Library holds to help you with your family history research.



National Museum of Rural Life

0844 493 4377

An exhibition of rural life and historic working farm, open all year.



National Museum of Scotland

0131 247 4041

There's a host of things to see and do for groups of all ages across all our sites including the Royal Museum (international collection), Museum of Scotland, Museum of Country Life, National War Museum, Museum of Costume, Museum of Scottish Country Life and Museum of Flight.



National Records of Scotland

0131 535 1314

Preserving, protecting and promoting Scotland's national archive of government, court, church and private records



Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS) Scotland

+44(0)1967 421 601

Training and Projects for underwater and foreshore archaeology



PBFA Book Fairs

01763 248400

Always a mixed range of antiquarian and secondhand books available at all fairs around the UK



Perth Museum & Art Gallery

01738 632 488

One of the oldest museums in the UK with more than half a million objects on display Monday to Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday 1.30pm - 4.30pm.



Peter's Railway

New paperbacks telling the charming story of Peter and his Grandpa.



Portobello Architecture Heritage Trail

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The new Portobello Architecture Heritage Trail showcases some of the area's oustanding buildings, including those which had notable occupants. Open seven days a week between the 17th -30th November.



Prestongrange Museum

0131 653 2904

Prestongrange was Scotland's first industrial estate and you can learn about the different industries that took place on the site through our exciting exhibitions and activities.



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