The National Museum of Scotland

On this episode of the Dot Com Life Vlog, Sally and I check out the National Museum of Scotland. The museum is home of Dolly the sheep, and a bunch of other stuff. For those who don’t know, Dolly was the world’s first cloned mammal from an adult cell.

The National Museum incorporates the collections of the former National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland, and the Royal Museum. As well as the national collections of Scottish archaeological finds and medieval objects, the museum contains artefacts from around the world, encompassing geology, archaeology, natural history, science, technology, art, and world cultures. Other highlights include Ancient Egyptian exhibitions, one of Elton John’s extravagant suits and a large kinetic sculpture named the Millennium Clock.

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5 thoughts on “The National Museum of Scotland”

  1. John says:

    Very Cool! And that Millennium Clock was wild.

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  3. Cmaxon says:

    Thanks John Chow for posting this. It’s really a nice museum. If I get a chance I will visit this.

  4. Gary Bledsoe says:

    WOW!!! What A Great Experience, Thanks For Sharing John!!

  5. Amar kumar says:

    Hey John,

    The National Museum of Scotland stands on the south side of the center of Edinburgh, a few hundred yards’ walk from the Royal Mile and overlooking Chambers Street and George IV Bridge.

    The transformed parts of the museum retain all the character and splendour of the original building. Everyone will have their own favorites, but this end of the museum is home to many wonderful carved stones from around Scotland that are worth a visit in their own right. Eventually, thanks for sharing this interesting video.

    With best regards,

    Amar kumar

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