The museums, galleries and monuments which comprise the City of Edinburgh Museums and Galleries range from a series of historic buildings strung along the crowded medieval Royal Mile, to the spacious grounds of Lauriston Castle overlooking the river Forth at Cramond. The distinctive heritage of the maritime communities of Queensferry and Newhaven are celebrated. The city centre skyline is dominated by the Scott and Nelson Monuments. A stone's throw from the main thoroughfare, Princes Street, the City Art Centre is both home to an outstanding collection of Scottish art and Scotland's premier temporary exhibition venue. The permanent collections conserved and interpreted by the City of Edinburgh Musuems & Galleries bear eloquent witness to Edinburgh's and Scotland's stirring past. You will be fascinated by their story.
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