See below exhibitions, events and venues tagged with culture.
Free Entry | Donations Welcome
Discover many interesting objects on ‘open storage’ display.
Access to all levels - Adult £8, Concession £6, Child £5. Level 1 and Museum - Adult £6, Concession £4, Child £3
Discover one of Edinburgh's most iconic landmarks.
Perched high on Calton Hill in the east end of the city centre, is the monument to Admiral Lord Nelson's victory, and death, at the battle of Trafalgar on 21 October 1805.
The Writers’ Museum celebrates the lives of three giants of Scottish Literature – Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott and Robert Louis Stevenson.
The City of Edinburgh’s Art collection is one of the finest in Scotland, and includes works by the most important Scottish artists.
Public access 24/7
Makars’ Court is an evolving national literary monument where you can see some of the famous words of great Scottish writers inscribed in the flags
Queensferry Museum shows the traditions and historic past of the village and neighbouring Dalmeny. With wonderful views onto the Firth of Forth, the museum is a perfect starting point to learn all about history of the Ferry.
Edinburgh's City Observatory, also known as the Playfair Observatory, is a fascinating place, where the optimism and excitement of early scientific advances can still be felt.