Scottish National Gallery (Edinburgh) Reviews
Description:Address: The Mound / Edinburgh / EH2 2EL
Newest Review: ... illustrate that the Scottish National Gallery can be a bit confusing. If you have no special access requirements, all you need to know is that the building on Princes Street is the Royal Academy, which hosts the main current exhibition. If you're not going to the exhibition, you can access the permanent collection in the National Gallery, which is the back building. If you do have access ... more
Customer Scottish National Gallery (Edinburgh) Reviews (1)
by - written on 27/02/13 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Among the exhibitions my mum and I wanted to visit during our recent trip to Edinburgh was the Van Gogh To Kandinsky at the Scottish National Gallery. Located at the Princes Street end of the Mound, the National Gallery is made up of two building, which are now connected underground - the National Gallery and the Royal Academy. We entered by the Royal Academy entrance on Princes Street, which was where the banners advertising the exhibition were hanging. We had decided to see if we could borrow a wheelchair for my mum to use while there, and so we asked the girl at the door about this. She said we would need to ask at the ticket desk, and directed us up a ... Read the complete review
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