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Advantageswide range of ceramics to paint, also has a cafe and small soft play area

Disadvantagesvery expensive!

...The Ceramic Experience, Edinburgh Types of attraction: Painting and casting a range of ceramics Location: 118 Ocean drive, Edinburgh, EH6 6JG Contact details: 0131 554 4455 Prices: from £4 to well over £100 Opening times: 10am to 5pm weekdays, and 10am ? 5:30pm weekends I?ve been to The Ceramic Experience in Edinburgh three times with my daughter. The first time I took her, she was...

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AdvantagesGreat surroundings, interesting collection, free, good simple displays, good restaurant

DisadvantagesCollection is a little small

...Edinburgh's Modern Art museum is located in a suburban part of the west end of the city. The collection is housed in 2 separate neo-classical buildings either side of a main road imaginatively titled Modern One and Modern Two. Both are of roughly even size and have grand pillared imposing exteriors. Although only a very short walk from one another, both also have their own independent car parks...

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Excellent

“Art Treat in Edinburgh”

published 17/04/2001

AdvantagesGreat morning or afternoon browsing session

DisadvantagesOnly a coffee shop would improve it

...The National Gallery of Scotland is an art lover's treat. It is just the right size for a morning or afternoon of browsing and there's enough variety to make repeat visits worthwhile. The Gallery is located on the Mound which makes it convenient and easy to find from the Old Town, Princes Street, or Waverley Station. The outside is an elegant neo-classical building designed by William Henry...

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