'Treasures' is a new permanent exhibition in our George IV Bridge building in Edinburgh
A display celebrating Sir Walter Scott's role in the development of the historical novel
Artworks by Edinburgh College of Art students, inspired by Sir Walter Scott's 'The Heart of Mid-Lothian'
If you feel unwell on the day, do not visit the exhibitions.
Until Monday 18 April, wearing a face covering is mandatory when you are inside the Library, unless you are exempt under government guidelines. From Monday, we encourage you to wear a face covering when you are on our premises.
You will find hand sanitiser at entry and exit points, and the galleries will be cleaned regularly throughout the day.
During your visit
You can take pictures of the exhibition, providing you don't use flash.
The exhibition spaces are on one level and are wheelchair accessible. There are lifts from the entrance level to the main visitor centre. You will find seating in the 'Petticoats and Pinnacles' exhibition, and staff at the exhibition entrance can provide additional seating if needed.
A hearing loop is available — let the member of staff at the exhibition entrance know if we can help with that.
Exhibitions are held at the Library's George IV Bridge building in Edinburgh.
The exhibition space is open during the following hours:
- Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 9.30 to 19.00
- Wednesday: 10.00 to 19.00
- Friday and Saturday: 09.30 to 17.00.