A. The Writers’ Museumlocated in the historic Lady Stair’s House is full of items belonging to Scotland’s most famous writers – Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson. Admission free on Mondays.
B. The Museum of Childhoodis full of toys – from teddy bears to rocking horses. A favourite with both adults and children, it has been described as ‘the noisiest museum in the world!’ Tasty snacks available in the local café. Admission free for children under 10, adults £5.
C. The People’s Story Museumhoused in the picturesque Cannongate Tolbooth tells the story of ordinary people in Edinburgh from the late 17th century to the present day. It is filled with the sights, sounds, and smells of Edinburgh life in the past. Free entrance except for Mondays.
D. The Royal Museum of Scotlandlocated in a Victorian building houses rich collections of decorative art and displays of science, technology, natural history, geology and archaeology. Excellent variety of gifts in the Museum Shop. Tea Room. No charge after 4 p.m. Lower prices for parties.
E. The City Art Centrepresents a fascinating programme of temporary exhibitions throughout the year drawn from all parts of the world and the city’s permanent fine art display. Gift shop. Full access for disabled visitors. Cheaper tickets for students on weekdays.adapted from Welcome to Edinburgh
4.1. Cheaper tickets are offered for groups. D|d()
4.2. It is perfect for different age groups. B|b()
4.3. People in wheelchairs will find it easy to visit the place.E|e()
4.4. You can see a collection of personal possessions there.A|a()
4.5. You will learn about how the Scots used to live.C|c()
4.6. There are collections of foreign origin there.E|e()
4.7. It is possible to buy a souvenir and have something to drink. D|d()
4.8. Visitors don’t need tickets on Mondays. A|a()