Located inside Edinburgh, the museum is located in Lady Stair's House, built in 1622. It was originally owned by a wealthy businessman and later donated to the Edinburgh City Government. It shows three Scottish literary poets, Robert ∙ Burns, Sir Walter ∙ Scott and Robert ∙ Louis ∙ Stevenson. Showing personal items, portraits of authors, manuscripts and first brushes used by authors. The collection focuses on Scott's factory printing press, Scott's study, Portrait and statue of Burns and Stevenson's fishing rod and pipe.
The Edinburgh Museum is a place to record and introduce the history of Scotland. There are many ancient artworks in the museum. This museum is also a very important historical building. The whole building is very good.
[View] The view is very good
[Value for money] Very good
The most famous in the museum is the cloned sheep Dolly, the first cloned animal in history, everyone knows it~ Of course it is already a specimen. We visited for free on the day we went, so lucky! It introduces the history of Edinburgh and so on.
We absolutely loved the Museum of Edinburgh! It is located in the old tenement house. There is a wooden floor in the entire building, so you will hear every step you are taking. You can learn a lot about the history of Edinburgh in this museum. We spent a lovely hour there.
Edinburgh Museum (Museum of Edinburgh): A museum witnessing the history of Scotland. The 16th-century building has a lot of things in the museum, but it is rather complicated. It is said to show the origin of Edinburgh, the history of the Kingdom of Scotland, the development of modern industry and the development of modern technology.
The Edinburgh Museum is located in the area of Golden Street, opposite the east, near the Scottish Parliament and palace. The entire museum has a small courtyard next to the road, which would not have been known if it were not for the large English characters on the side walls. The free museums are also smaller, and more exhibits are more intimate to the living atmosphere.