Scottish National Portrait Gallery Ready for Public

The Scottish National Portrait Gallery is ready for the public after undergoing renovation. It cost 17.6 million pounds to renovate the museum, which is located in Edinburgh, Reuters reported.

“The portrait gallery now occupies the whole building for the first time,” National Galleries director John Leighton told Reuters. “We have opened the upper floors to provide 60 percent more space.”

In the Ramsay Room at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. (Reuters / David Moir)

Main entrance of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. (Reuters / David Moir)

The Jacobite Room in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. (Reuters / David Moir)

In the Ramsay Room of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. (Reuters / David Moir)

A mask taken from Dolly the sheep at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. (Reuters / David Moir)

The Ramsay Room in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh. (Reuters / David Moir)

The Jacobite Room in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh. (Reuters / David Moir)

In the Monument Gallery of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. (Reuters / David Moir)

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