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Access to the Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites exhibition
Access to the National Museum of Scotland
  • Uncover the true story of this fascinating period of history
  • A must-see for Outlander fans and anyone interested in Scottish history
  • Over 300 artifacts on display including highlights from the Scottish national collections and treasures from across the UK and Europe. Exhibition runs until 12 November 2017

At the National Museum of Scotland you’ll enter the world of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, better known as Bonnie Prince Charlie. The Stuart dynasty’s last hope in their quest to regain the three kingdoms of Scotland, England, and Ireland, Bonnie Prince Charlie's tragically-fated campaign to regain the British throne has established him as a mainstay of Scottish folklore. Stuffed with over 300 artifacts, this new exhibition brings the world of the Jacobites to vivid life.

This brand new exhibition allows unprecedented insight into the world of the Royal House of Stuart. Discover how four kings became pawns in a much wider European political game, and follow the Jacobites' fight to regain their lost kingdoms through five challenges to the throne.

With paintings, costumes, jewellery, documents, weapons, and glassware (including many objects never exhibited to the public before), you’ll be so engrossed by the drama you won’t notice how much you’re learning.

Don’t miss this chance to skip the line to discover who the Jacobites really were, and explore the contemporary relevance of this compelling story!

Insider tip

Despite his prominence in Scottish history and folklore, Bonnie Prince Charlie was born and died in Rome, spending less than 14 months in Scotland during his lifetime.

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Getting There

Train to Waverley Station, from there it's a 10-minute walk.

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National Museum of Scotland
Chambers Street, EH1 1JF, Edinburgh
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