A piece of plaid worn by one of the men who fought in the Battle of Culloden has been donated to the National Museum of Scotland.
National Museum of Scotland
Thousands of visitors have been flocking to the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh to see a major exhibition which lifts the lid on an intriguing story – how Scotland came to be seen by the rest of the world as a country that’s wild, majestic and romantic.
A 17th century ring with links to King Charles II has sold for more than £17,000 at auction.
Loch Ness attractions, the Glenfinnan Monument and Dundee's V&A are creating spin-off benefits for the whole country, a new study shows.
Stunning new exhibitions ready to open to the public as 15-year revamp of the National Museum of Scotland is completed
The 15-year renovation of the National Museum of Scotland finally comes to an end on Friday with the opening of three new galleries.
A whale that died on a Scottish beach may have been killed after being struck by a boat, an investigation has found.
An exhibition delving into the history of the North Sea oil and gas industry has opened at a north-east university.
One schoolboy will have a lot to write about when he goes back to class next week after finding a rare Elizabethan coin during a day out to Castle Fraser.
An exhibition telling the tale of Scottish pop music over the past 50 years will strike a chord next summer.
VisitScotland has scoured the country to bring Your Weekend readers news of the latest events and exhibitions taking place in Scotland over the next few weeks.
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The first major British exhibition on the Celts for over 40 years opened at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh last week.
Aberdeen firm NovaBiotics won the award for investment of the year at the Scottish Enterprise (SE) Life Sciences Awards in Edinburgh last night.
Feast your eyes on a glittering display of world-class silverware, writes Susan Welsh
Iconic names such as Super Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog will be among the attractions when a worldwide touring exhibition arrives in Edinburgh.
Treasures from China will go on show in Scotland tomorrow, Friday, June 27 when the major exhibition Ming: The Golden Empire opens at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.