I could feel the adrenaline pumping. My hands were sweaty, I forgot how to count and I lost the power of speech.
The shortlisting of the V&A Dundee for a prestigious museum prize less than a year since it opened has been described as a “fantastic achievement”.
THE Natural History Museum's famous Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is looking for input from the great British public.
New National Museum of Scotland exhibition tells the story of the time when silver was Scotland’s most prized metal
A NEW exhibition starting this week at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh shows how, for a millennium, silver, not gold, was Scotland’s most prized metal. Glenmorangie research fellow at the museum, Alice Blackwell, told Bill Gibb the Honest Truth about Scotland’s early silver. What’s the exhibition about and how long has it taken to put together? It tells of the first thousand years of silver in Scotland, when it was the most important precious metal in the country. There has been a full year of designing, organising and writing the accompanying book. It combines new research we’ve done on 19th Century finds as well as from the past few years.
THE largest remaining panel fragment from the first class lounge of the Titanic will return to the UK for the first time since the doomed ship sailed from Southampton in 1912 for a major new exhibition about the history of ocean liners.
THE story of the Jacobites is often misunderstood, or boiled down to Bonnie Prince Charlie’s ill-fated campaign of 1745.
Iconic Salvador Dali painting Christ of Saint John of the Cross to be loaned out from home at Glasgow’s Kelvingrove
AN iconic Salvador Dali painting is set to be loaned out from its Glasgow home.
ON the 18th May every year since 1977, International Museum Day has been celebrated worldwide.
AS Scotland begins to build inclusive, vibrant dementia friendly communities, events are popping up across the country that are specifically tailored to people who are living with dementia and their companions, carers and family.
THE Burrell Collection in Pollok Country Park, Glasgow, has been given permission for a £66 million refurbishment.
1. Bracklinn Falls, Callander If you want a waterfall like no other, this is the place to go. Prettiest after a shower – it’ll be the only time you’re hoping for rain!