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Tour through millennia of Scottish history.

edinburghnationalmuseumofscotland - Tour through millennia of Scottish history. [A FREE Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 1 hour
Where should be better to discover the history of Scotland than the National Museum of Scotland... and with a guided highlights tour of the Scotland galleries daily at 1pm, you can discover thousands of years of life, work, rule and civilisation through key objects in the museum's collection. Tours begin at the museum's Entrance Hall, on Chambers Street in Edinburgh.
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