SAM promotes hundreds of events taking place all over Scotland. From the Shetland Islands to the Scottish Borders, there are free talks, tours, exhibitions, workshops and hands-on events to help you discover some of the amazing history, heritage and archaeology on your doorstep.

Check out the events:

Click see more on dates to see full list of events. Click Month, Day, List, etc. tabs to see different views.

Also, see our sister project Door Open Days and get into buildings. And for the Scottish Borders – https://scottishbordersheritage.com/. 

This is part of European Heritage Days.

Show Filters

Days

Categories

Venues

Reset Filters
< 2017 >
November
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
October
October
1
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    1st November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    1st November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    1st November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

2
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    2nd November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    2nd November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    2nd November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

  • The Cradle of Scotland- Friends of The Black Watch Castle and Museum Lecture Series
    6:30 PM-8:00 PM
    2nd November 2017

    Thursday 2nd November 2017.
    6:30pm — 8:00pm
    The Black Watch Museum, Hay Street, Perth, PH1 5HR
    www.theblackwatch.co.uk

    Professor Stephen Driscoll of Glasgow University will talk about the archaeological project around Forteviot and the lower Strathearn valley, an area which played a central role in the development of the  Kingdom of Scotland from the 9th century. It was here that Kenneth McAlpin, traditionally the first king of a United Kingdom of the Picts and Scots, had his royal palace, and it was the site of important law-giving ceremonies and charter signings by kings until the 12th century. A major 10 year research project by archaeologists from the University of Glasgow has investigated why this area was so important.  It was found that Forteviot was the site of a major prehistoric ceremonial and burial centre  on a scale with Stonehenge, with a spectacular bronze age cist burial containing a gold handled  dagger with a whalebone hilt. It seems that the early Scottish kings used this ancient site to help to legitimise the kingdom, claiming their ancestors had always seen the site as sacred.

    6:30pm drinks reception (drink included in ticket price), 7:00pm lecture commences
    £9 non-members | £7 Friends
    Reservation Recommended | 01738 638152 Option 1

3
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    3rd November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    3rd November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    3rd November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

4
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    4th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    4th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    4th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

5
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    5th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    5th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    5th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

6
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    6th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    6th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    6th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

7
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    7th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    7th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    7th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

8
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    8th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    8th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    8th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

9
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    9th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    9th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    9th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

10
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    10th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    10th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • Scotland’s Community Heritage Conference 2017
    9:00 AM-5:30 PM
    10th November 2017-11th November 2017

    Scotland’s Community Heritage Conference 2017

    10th-11th November 2017

    Strathclyde University’s Technology and Innovation Centre

    Over two days we have more than sixty presentations, debates and workshops lined up to celebrate and explore the dizzying range of heritage projects across Scotland, with guest contributions for other parts of the UK, from across Europe, and from the USA. Download the CHC2017 Timetable and Programme for more information.

    As always we will have dozens of displays, as well as our One Minute Mayhem – an ‘open mic’ session giving anyone the opportunity to stand up and have their say for 60 seconds.

    Tickets are priced at just £30 for the two days (including lunch), and are available from the Historic Environment Scotland website.

    Should you have any questions please contact us at chcscot@gmail.com.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    10th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

11
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    11th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    11th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Scotland’s Community Heritage Conference 2017
    9:00 AM-5:30 PM
    11th November 2017-11th November 2017

    Scotland’s Community Heritage Conference 2017

    10th-11th November 2017

    Strathclyde University’s Technology and Innovation Centre

    Over two days we have more than sixty presentations, debates and workshops lined up to celebrate and explore the dizzying range of heritage projects across Scotland, with guest contributions for other parts of the UK, from across Europe, and from the USA. Download the CHC2017 Timetable and Programme for more information.

    As always we will have dozens of displays, as well as our One Minute Mayhem – an ‘open mic’ session giving anyone the opportunity to stand up and have their say for 60 seconds.

    Tickets are priced at just £30 for the two days (including lunch), and are available from the Historic Environment Scotland website.

    Should you have any questions please contact us at chcscot@gmail.com.

  • Conference: East Lomond Hillfort in Context
    9:30 AM-4:30 PM
    11th November 2017

    The Stables Falkland Estate Falkland, Fife KY15 7AF

    The Stables Falkland Estate Falkland, Fife KY15 7AF

    To celebrate this summer’s successful excavations at East Lomond Hill (Fife) a day conference will be hosted by Falkland Stewardship Trust on the beautiful Falkland Estate on 11th November. The event is the culmination of this year’s archaeology project and delivered in partnership with OJT Heritage. Dr Oliver O’Grady of OJT led on the archaeological excavation on East Lomond this year and will present a programme of talks by highly respected speakers and leading specialists in the hillforts of Britain and Ireland.

    This day-long symposium aims to explore the new findings from East Lomond in relation to other fascinating new research on elite upland settlements and fortifications of the Bronze Age, Roman Iron Age and Early Historic Periods from across the British Isles.

    General Admission Tickets are £30.00

    Student Discount Tickets are £15.00

    Book here.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    11th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

12
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    12th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    12th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    12th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

13
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    13th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    13th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    13th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

14
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    14th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    14th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    14th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

15
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    15th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    15th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    15th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

16
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    16th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    16th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    16th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

17
  • The Rough Wooing
    All day
    17th November 2017-17th November 2017

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    48 High St, Haddington EH41, UK

    East Lothian became involved in a conflict between England and Scotland in the 1600s known as the Rough Wooing. Key events and places including Haddington Priory, The siege of Haddington and the Battle of Pinkie will all be explored in detail as will the conflict’s impact on local people and communities.

  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    17th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    17th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

18
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    18th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    18th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

19
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    19th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    19th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

20
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    20th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    20th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

21
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    21st November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    21st November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

22
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    22nd November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    22nd November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

23
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    23rd November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    23rd November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

24
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    24th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    24th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

25
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    25th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    25th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

26
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    26th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    26th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

27
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    27th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    27th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

28
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    28th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    28th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

29
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    29th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    29th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

30
  • The Scottish Warrior
    All day
    30th November 2017

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    Old Town House, Aberdeen AB24, UK

    In the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology a new student-curated exhibition in King’s Museum invites visitors to challenge their perceptions of the ‘Scottish warrior’. The exhibition will explore interpretations of the ‘Scottish warrior’ and seek to discover how the popular idea of the warrior was created. Spanning from pre-history to the World Wars the exhibition will largely draw upon the University of Aberdeen Museums’ collections alongside loans from the Gordon Highlanders Museum.

  • Fire and Stone
    10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    30th November 2017-30th November 2017

    An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the processes behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts. During Museum opening hours until Sunday 8 October 2017,

    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM -5:00 PM.

    Sunday 12:00 PM- 4:00 PM

December
December
December

 

 

 

 

Funded by: