The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is a must-see venue for modern and contemporary art across two buildings and fantastic sculpture parks. Modern Two, formerly known as the Dean Gallery is directly across Belford Road from Modern One.
Modern Two is home to a changing programme of world-class exhibitions and displays drawn for the permanent collection. On permanent display is a fascinating recreation of Eduard Paolozzi’s studio, as well as his 7.3m tall sculpture, Vulcan, that dominates the café. Modern Two is also home to the Gallery’s substantial library and archive, open to the public by appointment, and changing displays in the Gabrielle Keiller library.
Free, a charge may apply for special exhibitions.