NMS Now Among UK’s Top 10 Tourist Attractions


It was great to read that The National Museum of Scotland on Edinburgh’s Chamber Street has deservedly joined the ranks of the UK’s top-10 tourist attractions for the first time.

The museum, which reopened in 2011 after a £47million redevelopment, was the 9th-most popular attraction in Britain last year according to the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA).  It was also the only attraction outside of London to make it inside the top 14.

It boasted a 29 per cent increase in numbers to almost 1.9m visitors, moving it up from 12th place.

We are very proud to have worked with the museum during the redevelopment phase to supply the display cases for the upgraded sections; and are sure that visitor numbers will continue to increase steadily into the future.

2012 was the museum's busiest year yet

2012 was the museum's busiest year yet

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