“It was lovely to visit the Pier Arts Centre again. The new hanging within a one way system delivers a calm and considered view of some of the collections most interesting and inspiring pieces.” Sue from Orkney.
Museums Galleries Scotland has launched an interactive map as part of its #MuseumsAreGo campaign showing which venues are open.
Kirbuster Farm Museum has re-opened but with limitations due to public health measures to limit the spread of Covid19.
To support the sector to meet the costs of reopening, the National Development Body for museums and galleries in Scotland, Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS), has launched a new COVID-19 Adaptation Fund.
A virtual exhibition Safekeeping – Protecting What is Valued will open on June 9 and has been developed by the University of Aberdeen’s Museum Studies class of 2019-20.
Monday 18th of May is International Museums Day.
Here are a few trips you can go on around Scotland – and they are only a click away.
It was on a dreadful night in 1969 that the Longhope lifeboat was launched to go to the aid of the Liberian vessel ‘Irene’ . All eight of the lifeboat crew were lost.
“I spent a very happy day in the museum, mostly in the first section ‘Beginnings’, only emerging to go up to the cafe, for my lunch!”
Anyone who has visited Hoy recently will have been dismayed at the lack of progress for the renovation of the Lyness Museum – aka Scapa Flow Visitor Centre and Museum.