Scottish National Gallery is an art gallery situated in the Scottish capital city, Edinburgh. The gallery opened in 1859 and is housed in a purpose built building. The building is a grand Neoclassical building built to the style of a Greek temple. The gallery the building houses is the national gallery of Scotland, which displays Scotland's national collection of fine art. The art dates back from the start of the Renaissance up until the 20th century with pieces not only from Scotland but from around the world.
The gallery is situated in the city centre of Edinburgh. It is a few minutes walk away from the main transport hub where buses and trains run to and from, ‘Edinburgh Waverley’.
Opening Times and Admission
The gallery is open daily 10am-5pm except for Thursdays when the gallery shuts later at 7 pm. Admission is free to all.