a’ brosnachadh sgrìobhadh is leughadh Cuir sgeulachd ri chèile san taigh-tasgaidh

Make your way around a museum and be inspired by objects you see with two trails developed by National Museums Scotland and the Scottish Book Trust. The trails are both in English and Gaelic.
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Build a story at the museum

Make your way around a museum and be inspired by objects you see with two trails developed by National Museums Scotland and the Scottish Book Trust. The trails are both in English and Gaelic.
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Heritage Investigators

Helping you explore local archaeology

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Investigating Heritage on Your Doorstep - Educators' Notes (c) Historic Environment Scotland

Investigating Heritage on Your Doorstep

Ideas for exploring built heritage with your group

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timeline (c) Archaeology Scotland

Timeline

Print off this handy Archaeology Scotland timeline from the Mesolithic c. 7000 BC to the modern day: Timeline (c) Archaeology Scotland    

Archaeology Activity Resources Pack front cover (c) Archaeology Scotland

Archaeological Activities Resource Pack – all sections

This is an excellent resource full of fantastic background information on how to do archaeology learning sessions, including very well-produced activity ideas. Read more about Archaeological Activities Resource Pack – all sections

Sir Edwin Landseer, The Monarch of the Glen, 1851. Purchased by the National Galleries of Scotland as a part gift from Diageo Scotland Ltd, with contributions from the Heritage Lottery Fund, Dunard Fund, the Art Fund, the William Jacob Bequest, the Tam O’ Shanter Trust, the Turtleton Trust, and the K. T. Wiedemann Foundation, Inc. and through public appeal 2017.

Scottish identity: who decides who we are? 

This resource provides a range of activities, questions and images to help groups of all ages explore Scottish identity

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