Edinburgh’s National Museum of Scotland was the one museum that I definitely wanted to make sure we visited on our trip.
Categories: Edinburgh, Scotland
Tags: Arthur's seat coffins, Edinburgh, Edinburgh castle, jewellery, Lewis chessmen, Mary Queen of Scots, museum, National Museum of Scotland, photo post, Scotland, view
The Portland Collection is part of the Harley Gallery in Welbeck, a permanent exhibit of art and other items such as furniture and jewellery that the Dukes of Portland and their families have collected for centuries. It’s housed in a building that used to be where horses were trained by the Portlands.
Categories: England, Nottinghamshire
Tags: Charles I, Dukes of Portland, earring, harley gallery, jewellery, photo post, Portland Collection, silverware, tiara, welbeck
The Museum of Cultural History in Oslo consists of early Norwegian artefacts, classical antiquities from ancient Egypt and other areas of Africa, as well as Asia. It opened in 1904 and is in a rather lovely Art Deco building.
Categories: Norway, Oslo
Tags: architecture, Egyptian, Egyptian artefacts, jewellery, Lendbreen Tunic, mummy, museum, museum of cultural history, native artefacts, oslo, photographic evidence