The gallery is open every day of the week from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Since this art gallery is indoors, there is no wrong time of year to visit it. However, to avoid crowds, we recommend you visit the gallery on weekdays and in the morning.
The gallery is located on the Mound in the heart of Edinburgh. The Scottish National Gallery is home to a great number of masterpieces by artists from all over the world, like Raphael, Rembrandt, van Dyck, Botticelli, and many others. However, the core of its collection consists of various Scottish paintings throughout history. So, here are some of the highlights of this place:
The gallery is located in Edinburgh’s city center, just off Princes Street. You can quickly get to it by bus, train, car, and on foot. All buses going along Princes Street go past the Scottish National Gallery. The closest railway station, Waverley Station, is about five minutes from the gallery.
There is no entry fee for the Scottish National Gallery.
The gallery has a lot of attractions nearby. Here are just some of them: