We will enjoy Scottish food, drink and entertainment. A chance to sample the delights of Scottish cuisine including the famous and unique haggis (which will be addressed in traditional style), Scottish beer and whisky, coupled with appropriate entertainment - ceilidh dancing, piping, clarsach playing (Celtic harps) and singing. Participation will be encouraged in the drinking, eating and dancing. For those who do not want to dance there are withdrawing rooms where people can sit and converse.Great Hall of the Royal Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh's city centre. This is Scotland's premier museum housing an international collection of artefacts. Before the banquet delegates will be able to visit the adjacent recently opened Museum of Scotland. It is an exciting museum with a modern architecture and exhibits showing the development and history of the Scottish nation. The displays use many innovative and modern techniques. It is an experience not to be missed and will contrast with the Victorian architecture of the Great Hall where delegates will sit for the banquet.