The National Museum of Scotland was designed by Captain Francis Fowke and opened in 1866. It has been adapted, altered and extended throughout its long history. This project has opened up and expanded the Museum’s gallery spaces, returning the building to its original Victorian grandeur. It integrates displays and architecture for a coherent visitor experience. Major architectural interventions improve accessibility and movement throughout the building.
National Museum Scotland
£ 47.4 M
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