Scottish National Gallery
22 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
Beautiful paintings in the heart of Edinburgh. Free entrance to regular exhibitions.
For art lovers. Google search to see what exhibitions are showing during your stay.
National art gallery of Scotland, located in Princes Street. For art lovers or amateurs. Free.
Beautiful gallery on the Mound. Good stop on a rainy day or on way to the Old Town from the New Town. We also run Art Tours here. Check out www.airbnb.com/EdinburghArtTours
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