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  • Must see
    Exhibition

    Do Ho Suh | Tracing Time

    Modern One

    Until Sun 1 Sep 2024

    Open daily, 10am–5pm

    Admission free

  • Must see
    Exhibition

    National Treasures | Vermeer in Edinburgh

    National

    Until Sun 8 Sep 2024

    Open daily, 10am–5pm

  • Must see
    Exhibition

    Before and After Coal | Images and Voices from Scotland’s Mining Communities

    Portrait

    Until Sun 15 Sep 2024

    Open daily, 10am–5pm

  • Must see
    Exhibition Just Opened

    Women in Revolt! Art and Activism in the UK 1970–1990

    Modern Two

    Until Sun 26 Jan 2025

    Open daily, 10am–5pm

    £4 - £14

  • Display Closing Soon

    James's People

    Portrait

    Open daily, 10am–5pm

    Admission free

  • Course or workshop

    Visually Impaired Programme Online | Women in Revolt!

    Online via Zoom

    Wed 19 Jun 2024

    2 - 3:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Tour SOLD OUT

    Inside Out | Edinburgh Old and New Walking tour (Friday)

    National

    Fri 14 Jun, 21 Jun or 13 Sep 2024
    11am - 1pm

    £15/12

    Booking essential

  • Our Friends
    Tour SOLD OUT

    Tour of King's Buildings, University of Edinburgh

    King's Buildings

    Fri 21 Jun 2024
    11am OR 1.30pm

    £14, Friends only

  • Tour

    British Sign Language (BSL) tour | Vermeer in Edinburgh

    National

    Sat 22 Jun 2024

    11am - 12 noon

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Tour

    Inside Out | Edinburgh Old and New Walking tour (Saturday)

    National

    Sat 15 Jun, 22 Jun or 14 Sep 2024
    11am - 1pm

    £15/12

    Booking essential

  • Our Friends
    Tour SOLD OUT

    Tour of Dean Village

    Dean Village

    Sun 23 Jun 2024

    2:30 - 4:30pm

    £14, Friends only

  • Lecture or talk

    New Acquisition | Encounter by Remedios Varo 1959 (in person)

    National

    Tue 25 Jun 2024

    12:45 - 1:30pm

    Free

    Postponed

  • Lecture or talk

    New Acquisition | Encounter by Remedios Varo 1959 (online)

    Tue 25 Jun 2024

    12:45 - 1:30pm

    Free

    Postponed

  • Course or workshop

    Relaxed afternoons for adults (autism and learning disability friendly)

    Portrait

    Tue 25 Jun 2024

    2 - 3pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Our Friends
    Lecture or talk

    Ken Currie | Paintings and Writings

    National

    Wed 26 Jun 2024

    6 - 8pm

    £14, Friends and guests

  • Music concert SOLD OUT

    Sangstream Choir | A Concert of Mining Songs, with Sangstream Folk Choir

    Portrait

    Wed 26 Jun 2024

    6 - 6:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Our Friends
    Lecture or talk

    From Glasgow to Edinburgh, by way of Los Angeles | Anne Lyden, Director-General

    National

    Thu 27 Jun 2024

    6 - 8pm

    £14, Friends and guests

  • Course or workshop SOLD OUT

    Gallery Social (dementia-friendly) | Vermeer in Edinburgh

    National

    Fri 28 Jun 2024

    10:30am - 12 noon

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Exhibition Coming Soon

    Bruce McLean | I Want My Crown

    Modern One

    Opening 29 June 2024

    Open daily, 10am–5pm

    Admission free

  • Special event

    Summertime Sensory Storytelling (Profound disability-friendly)

    Modern One

    Sat 29 Jun 2024

    2 - 3pm

    Free

    +1 other sessions

    Booking essential

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The National Galleries of Scotland cares for, develops, researches and displays the national collection of Scottish and international art and aims to engage, inform and inspire the broadest possible public.