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From Robots to Robert Burns

Start the year with something a little different, as we round-up a selection of exhibitions that offer something a bit out of the ordinary…

In the Footprints of Dinosaurs at Inverness Museum & Art Gallery includes model dinosaurs, real dinosaur footprints from Skye and a speciallycreated new highland animation.

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The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum is staging a haggis hooley on 26 January, with a Burns supper and performance from the Borland Ceilidh Band, with dancing afterwards. Booking is essential at: https://scot.sh/hshooley

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About History Scotland

Explore centuries of history and archaeology in the first History Scotland issue of 2019. Inside you’ll find history, archaeology, genealogy and heritage from some of the country’s top experts. Top reasons to read this issue: • Discover the tough reality of life as a Dundee whaler – and why the city’s female population was crucial to the success of the whaling industry • Read about Mary of Guelders – the Stewart queen who used her European connections to succeed in her royal role • See amazing images from the restoration of Monteath Mausoleum • Discover history events around the country during the winter months • Explore a new project to discover what we know – and have yet to discover – about the uses of gold in prehistoric Scotland