National War Museum of Scotland

22nd September 2000 at 01:00
The National War Museum of Scotland presents the country's military past at Edinburgh Castle in six newly-refurbished galleries with separate themes.

For Armistice Day, a Voices of War exhibition will offer Primary 7 to Secondary 5 classes the chance to explore Scots' experiences of the First and Second World Was through diaries, letters and poems read by actors. It runs November 6-10, with sessions at 10.30am and 11.30am, max 33 people. pound;1 a pupil. Book on 0131 225 7534.

The museum opens daily, until December 9.30am-6pm; December-March 9.30am-5pm. Admission to the castle is free. To book tel 0131 668 8732.


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