A guide to events, conferences and festivals around Scotland.
If you would like to be included in our directory, you can promote your business here, subject to our approval. Enter your details by clicking on the add your business button.
Collections of high quality material, most notably Egyptian and Classical antiquities, non-Western ethnography, Scottish prehistory and numismatics, that rank alongside the largest in 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.
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.
Always a mixed range of antiquarian and secondhand books available at all fairs around the UK
Scotland's Ain Kingly Hooses is a historical series written by Dr Dauvit Horsbroch and produced as a year long podcast for the Scots Language Centre which you can listen to by clicking on the web link provided
0131 348 6933
Big Shiny Debates: Here's tae Us, Wha's Like Us. Our distinguished panel of historians and sociologists will consider nationality and trace the journey of local belongingness.
The Shetland Museum is a local authority museum funded and administered by the Shetland Islands Council.It is the largest museum in Shetland and covers all aspects of island life.
Visit Stirling Old Town Jail and experience a fantastic live prison tour, where you will meet the characters who bring this incedible building back to life. April - October, 10am - 5pm.
01292 442 786
Courses and Workshops in all kind of writing topics and subjects
0131 220 0770
The Edinburgh Bus Tour operates all year round and departs from Waverley Bridge every day at least twenty minutes from 9:30pm to 4pm. Tickets can be purchased onboard or by contacting them direct.
0131 529 5616
Come and find out how to use the Scotland People website to trace your family tree on the 19th November between 10am and 12noon