27 June, 2013

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND (I)




if you visit the museum, don't miss the rooftop terrace.
Last week we visited the National Museum of Scotland. There are 5 massive floors with rooms upon rooms of special exhibits and interactive displays. There's loads for children to do as well. We spent a great part of our time in the Imagine Room, specially designed for babies and young toddlers. Its bright orange lights and wall of mirrors make it hard to miss. If you're visiting with little ones, be sure to check it out; mine were ecstatic.

 If we could have just another week in this city, we'd definitely go again. 

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  1. Have you discovered the Museum of Childhood yet? It has tons of old fashioned toys and games. Simon and I both have fond memories of visiting as children.

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