National Museum of Scotland
Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites exhibition.
23 June - 12 November 2017
This major exhibition tells the real story of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the rise and fall of the Jacobites. The Jacobite legend has an enduring fascination and now renewed global interest due to the Outlander books and television series.
Featuring treasures from Scotland’s national collections alongside spectacular objects from across the UK and France, the exhibition presents a compelling story of love, loss, rebellion and retribution.
Paintings, documents, costume and jewellery all help build a detailed picture of a turbulent period in Scottish, British and European history. This is your opportunity to discover who the Jacobites really were and examine many of the misconceptions that still surround their cause.
Image: portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stewart, artist and date unknown, detail from a miniature (c) National Museums Scotland.
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Download your 2FOR1 voucher from the website link below and present it with a valid train ticket when you visit.
*Offer also valid on concession tickets priced £8 with lowest priced ticket free.
Offer expiry date
Exhibition open 23 June - 12 November