National Museum of Scotland
Stunning and spacious Edinburgh venue
The National Museum of Scotland in central Edinburgh presents a remarkable selection of flexible event spaces, as well as being is a stunning venue for any occasion.
Right in the heart of Edinburgh's old Town, the venue caters for weddings, private dining, conferences and award ceremonies.
The impressive building was completed in 1886, with several extensions added over the years. The most notable extension being the Museum of Scotland, which opened in a modern building in 1998.
The museum houses fascinating artefacts from around the world; including science, art, geology, natural history and archaeology. However, you're probably unaware the museum hosts some of the most lavish evening events in Edinburgh, with Appetite Events being the caterer.
At the Museum’s heart, the Grand Gallery’s soaring glass atrium and sweeping staircases create a stunning backdrop for dining, dancing and entertaining up to 1500 guests. The recently renovated Entrance Hall, Hawthornden Court, Kingdom of the Scots and Early People Gallery add to the inspiring opportunities available for evening events.
These much loved public galleries are complemented by a state-of-the-art, 210 seat Auditorium Complex and luxurious Boardroom suite overlooking Edinburgh Castle, providing comprehensive facilities for meetings, conferences and private dining.