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South Queensferry Museum, South Queensferry

(3.3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
Take an educational trip to South Queensferry Museum, a museum recollecting the local histories of Queensferry and Dalmeny, as well as the historical ferry passage to Fife. Learn about the construction of the two renowned bridges that span the Forth, and ask the tour guides about the way of life for locals in the past. This small museum's engaging layout appeals to visitors of all ages. Don't miss the beautiful views of the river and bridges for excellent photos. Arrange to visit South Queensferry Museum and other attractions in Edinburgh using our Edinburgh tour planner.
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  • The visit to the exhibition is definitely no waste of time. On the small area, there is plenty to see. It can be photographed. On top, there is the prospect of the old bridge. In one of the rooms is a pair of binoculars - the building is thus still getting closer. The public ceremony room of the local registry office located on the ground floor.
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  • It contains intersting pictures and stories of the construction of both the rail and road bridges amongst other things. It's not a huge museum but it is worth a visit and its donations rather than an ...  more »
  • Great for those interested in local knowledge Quite wide ranging Exhibits varied and authentic Good if the weather is cold or wet  more »
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  • Well worth a look at this museum an excellent and a bit scary full size Burry Man on display. Excellent views of the bridges. Loads of local history to enhance your visit.