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Added on by Erin Reeg.

National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, September 23, 2012

Now if you have not figured out, I like museums’ and I like to take pictures in them. This is  a free museum open daily! They had a new clock with a cricket on top representing how time gets taken from us, and lazers lights that indicated time. It was mesmerizing especially because it was inconsistent, seeing how everyone experiences time differently. Every five minuets it resets its self to the correct time, but this clock is absolutely one of the coolest things I have seen.

This museum had an interesting layout because they mixed the old and the new. In one exhibit about egypt they would have something from 2,000 years ago paired with something from the last 50 years done by a local artist. It definitely made it interesting but also a little more like an art museum than a history one. They also had lots of hands on stuff for kids.