Pre-visit Visual Story
Our pre-visit Visual Story is designed to help you to plan your visit to the Museum. You can view this here: Visual Story
Please note, due to a change in the museum layout, this is due to be updated. An updated version will be made as soon as possible.
For further information, please contact our Education Officer: email@example.com
Accessing the Museum
A full access guide can be found in our Accessibility Guide.
Accessing Stirling Castle
Further information regarding accessibility at Stirling Castle can be found on their Accessing the Castle page.
Visit us during a Quiet Time, it is a great way to explore the Museum if you, a friend or family member, has Autism, Dementia or other additional needs and would prefer a more relaxed atmosphere. The Museum will be free of crowds, and video screens, interactives and sound will be turned down or off. We aim to provide a Quiet Time from 9.30 to 10.30 on the third Saturday of every month.
A quiet space is available if you or a member of your group requires time away from the galleries. A member of staff or volunteer will show you to the room.
Assistance dogs are welcome in the Museum. They must be kept on the lead and not left unattended.