Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

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by Conrad - 30 November -1

Location: Belford Road, Edinburgh

Daily, 10am-5pm (6pm in August)


Another of Scotland's National Galleries based in the capital, the National Gallery of Modern Art focuses on post-1900 and contemporary art created by the world's top artists, and is shared between two buildings set among beautiful parkland. Modern One holds a special selection of the 20th Century's greatest works by some of the world's best-known artists, while Modern Two has a revolving programme of works featuring different themes. The galleries' grounds also display a variety of sculptures and larger pieces including a visually striking large sign by Martin Creed which is splayed across the hall's frontage.