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King's Museum viewed from the High Street in Old Aberdeen
King's Museum is a small museum operated by the University of Aberdeen. The museum opened in April 2011, and since then has hosted a number of temporary exhibitions featuring items from the university collections. King's Museum is located on the High Street, Old Aberdeen, and has proved popular with students, local people, and tourists. The University of Aberdeen's collections are among the largest and most important in Scotland, having been granted the status of a ‘Recognised Collection of National Significance’ by Museums Galleries Scotland. The collections are used for teaching and research, both within the University of Aberdeen community, and by visiting academic researchers.
Schools Service 
The museum runs a schools service for primary school classes in Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire. Workshops are offered on a variety of topics, and all workshops link in with the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence.
The museum runs an evening lecture series on Tuesdays throughout the university term time, and also participates in national and international events, such as the annual "Night at the Museums" event, part of the ICOM European Night of Museums and Museums Galleries Scotland's Festival of Museums.
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- ^ "European Night of Museums". Network.icom.museum. Retrieved 2013-02-18.
- ^ "Festival of Museums". Festival of Museums. 2012-05-20. Retrieved 2013-02-18.
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