Win two tickets for Celts at the National Museum of Scotland
Enter our competition to win two tickets* to the spectacular Celts Exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland, currently on display at the National Museum of Scotland until 25 September 2016. This major exhibition, organised in partnership with the British Museum, unravels the complex story of the different groups who have used or been given then name “Celts” through the extraordinary art objects they made and used.
Spanning more than 2500 years, the exhibition explores history through these powerful decorated objects and examines how art styles have changed considerably over time and how the decorative arts of the late 19th century were inspired by different ideas about Europe’s past, played a key role in defining what it meant to be Irish, Welsh, Scottish and British. Featuring more than 300 treasured objects from across the UK and Europe, assembled together in Scotland for the first time, this is a unique opportunity to explore the idea of “Celts” as one of the fundamental building blocks of European history.
To win, simply email us and tell us in one sentence why you would hold an event in Edinburgh. By entering the competition, you will be signing up to our Unique Venues of Edinburgh newsletter.
The closing date for the competition is May 18. The winner will be informed by email once the competition has closed.
Terms and Conditions: UK Residents only. Entrants must be strictly over 18. Prize is valid for two tickets to the Celts Exhibition, showing at the National Museum of Scotland on Chambers Street from 10 March to 25 September 2016. The prize has no monetary value and cannot be exchanged for cash. Any additional costs incurred at the venue must be paid for by the holder of the prizes. Any travel, activities and accommodation are at the winner’s and travel companion’s cost. National Museums Scotland reserve the right to change these terms and conditions at any time.
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