Take time to enjoy the amazing collection of art galleries that Edinburgh has on offer
Housed in different sites in Edinburgh, The National Galleries of Scotland offers a collection of Scottish and international art for visitors to enjoy. Open daily with free admission. Visit the National Galleries of Scotland website for more information. See the National Gallery of Scotland on our 3D map.
Situated on Princes Street, offering easy access to our guests, is the National Gallery Complex. Visitors will experience an incredible selection of fine art from Raphael, Titian, El Greco, Velázquez, Rembrandt and Rubens to Van Gogh, Monet and Cézanne. Visit the National Galleries of Scotland website for more information.
The Royal Scottish Academy is also part of the Complex on Princes Street and features a changing programme of temporary exhibitions which in the past have included works by Andy Warhol amongst many others. Visit the National Galleries of Scotland website for more information.
A beautiful Victorian Gothic building designed by Sir Robert Rowland Anderson houses the National Portrait Gallery, offering a collection of portraits of Scots throughout history. Situated on Queen Street in Edinburgh. Visit the National Portrait Gallery website for more information. See on our 3D map.
These two buildings just a short walk from Edinburgh city centre house world class modern art collections including Dada, Surrealism, Cubist and Expressionist from Dali, Picasso, Miro, Magritte and Matisse among others. The beautiful surrounding grounds continue the art theme including the giant Landform sculpture by Charles Jencks. Visit the National Galleries of Scotland website for more information.
Previously a Victorian fruit and vegetable market, The Fruitmarket Gallery is situated at the back of Waverly Station in Edinburgh, offering a collection of thought provoking contemporary art from both emerging and established artists. Free admission. Visit The Fruitmarket Gallery website for more information.