The National Museum of Scotland is a combination of old and new buildings in appearance. It's better to call it the National Museum of Scotland than the National Museum of Scotland. There are several large floors and a large interactive area on the first floor, just like the Shanghai Museum of Natural History, experiencing gravity, spaceflight and so on. The museum is best known for its first cloned sheep, Dolly, and a dinosaur. It's easy to find them on the first floor. I don't know how interesting this museum is. I don't have enough time to reserve it. I'm sorry to say that _______
Visit the National Museum of Scotland. There are 36 Museum halls with more than 20,000 exhibits, ranging from Darwin's collection of specimens to mummies 3,000 years ago, including natural part 5, art and design part 7, science and technology part 4, cultural Part 6 and Scottish History Part 8 and 9. I suggest looking at the history of Scotland, showing Scotland's development in chronological order from the ground floor to the roof. Some authentic products are extremely rare and worth seeing. Free visit, time: 10am-17pm
The National Museum of Scotland has a rich collection of exhibits, including history, nature, science and technology, culture, art and fashion design. The famous cloned Dolly sheep specimen is on display in the Museum. Our three and a half hours'visit is just a horse-and-a-horse tour. It's a good place to go on a rainy day. On the top terrace of the museum, we can overlook Edinburgh Castle...
After Carlton Hill, there is another place to punch cards, especially for children. I am a rare museum visitor who visits Edinburgh every time, because I feel that time is not enough. If time is enough, I can spend most of the day browsing. Astronomy, geography, nature and humanities, covering a wide range of knowledge, and many scientific exploration areas can experience. Teach and enjoy.
The National Museum of Scotland shows you all aspects of Scottish history, from ancient historical relics to modern scientific and technological development, to local mineral resources, animal and plant specimens, which are really all-encompassing and colorful. The most famous one is the world's first cloned sheep, Dolly's specimen, which is really precious.
It's worth visiting. Museums that integrate nature, science, history and art have many interactive experiences. There are also interactive areas for children under 3 years old. Dolly, a cloned sheep, was made into specimens after her death. Only the Arctic Ocean had the long tusks of narwhals that could be touched. In 1974, Chinese diplomacy sent the British panda Qingqing to make a panda specimen after her death. It's very interesting for the children to play here for half a day.
We entered the National Museum of Scotland, a museum with huge exhibits and rich contents, according to the scheduled tour plan. Although free of charge, we still have limited time, so we can only look for key exhibits according to the Chinese guidebook provided by the museum.
Interesting Museum!! We spent three hours in the museum, but we didn't finish visiting the first floor. There are many interesting themes and the span is very large, ranging from some historical relics to animal exhibition halls, as well as about the universe, robots, fashion and so on. There are also many interactive games for children. Super worth seeing!
After shopping, continue to punch in the Scottish National Museum. The main exhibition here is Scotland's history, culture, technology and so on. Time is limited. We only saw the world-famous Dolly and Lewis chess pieces. Museum design many interactive links, ingenious, children's visit here is full of fun.
The National Museum of Scotland was founded in 2006 and is a merger of the original Scottish Museum and the Royal Museum of Scotland. Museum collections range from dinosaur fossils to chess, mummies to automobiles, exploring the diversity of nature, culture, industry, science and design in Scotland and the world. Every layer awaits you to discover a totally different creative world. At the same time, the museum has won international prizes for its unique and novel display of exhibits. The museum's famous collection includes samples of cloned animals, Dolly sheep. After entering the museum, the visitors'Information Office on the negative floor has free maps of various national language collections, including Chinese versions. It is very useful for tourists who want to know the structure and famous collections of the museum as soon as possible. At the same time, it is recommended to take the elevator to the top of the seventh floor to overlook the scenery of Edinburgh Castle and Edinburgh Castle.