The Lower Level of the Gallery building (rooms B1-B7) is now closed to the public until completion of the project in Spring 2019. These rooms will be undergoing major refurbishment to expand and improve the spaces devoted to Scottish art, the first phase of which is to remove the artworks hanging here. Many of these artworks will be temporarily redisplayed elsewhere within the Gallery building.

Other rooms on the Ground Level (rooms 2-13) and the Upper Level South (rooms 14-18) will, on occasion, be closed temporarily, to allow for the re-hanging of works from the Lower Level.

Later in 2016, and early in 2017, other rooms will close to the public; specifically, rooms 1, 8, 15, and 16. Details relating to these later room closures will be available here in the future.

Scottish National Gallery - Gallery Entrance, copyright Keith Hunter

Where can I now find Scottish art at the Scottish National Gallery?
Highlights from the Gallery’s collection of Scottish art will be hung alongside European masterpieces on the Ground and Upper Levels of the Gallery Building.

Are the shops and cafes still open?
Yes. All the Gallery shops and cafes are currently open and can be accessed as usual.

Can I access the Gallery from East Princes Street Gardens now?
Yes. All Entrances are currently open as usual.