With thousands of exhibits spanning from Scottish archaeology to contemporary fashion, you’ll be sure to work up an appetite when you visit the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. With the new menu at the Museum Kitchen, we’re here to help feed the entire family. From stone-baked pizzas to sourdough ciabatta sandwiches and salads, you’ll end your day with your taste buds as nourished as your mind.

Wherever possible, we use the very best Scottish produce to help support the brilliant local suppliers, as well as reducing food miles to ensure we have a positive effect on our environment.

For those of you that fancy a drink to complete your meal, we’ve stocked our fridges with beers from Edinburgh favourites Stewart Brewing, who produce their beer under the Pentland Hills. You can also try wine from the Sea Change vineyard, which is produced to be as plastic free, and therefore as kind to our oceans, as possible.

If you prefer to eat before you start your journey around the museum, keep an eye out for our upcoming brunch menu…

Pizza at the National Museum of Scotland