8-9 February: See rare Mary Queen of Scots childhood letters to her mother Mary of Guise, National Museum of Scotland.
11 February: The State Funeral and Heraldry of Mary Queen of Scots, National Museum of Scotland
14 February, Clerical culture in Early Modern Orkney, University of Edinburgh.
14 February: Slavery and the Law in 18th Century Scotland: Enslaved and Enslavers in Scotland, University of Edinburgh.
Ongoing until February: 100 Years of Scottish Pottery, 1740-1840, Museum of Edinburgh
Ongoing until February: Treasures Display, ‘Strike for Freedom’, National Library of Scotland
Ongoing until April: A Better World? Scotland after the First World War, National Library of Scotland
Ongoing until April: Embroidered Stories: Scottish Samplers, National Museum of Scotland
12 February: Theatres in the Round – Islands, Islanders, and Audiences: or backstage, stalls and gods: in the Unnameable Archipelago, University of Glasgow.
12 February: Queen James and Georgeous George Villiers, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
13 February: ‘More harm than good?’ Responses to male sexual abuse in Scotland, 1850-1914,’University of Glasgow.
14 February: ‘Stop the World’: Intellectuals and Internationalism in 1970s Scotland, University of St Andrews.
12 February: The State Funeral and Heraldry of Mary Queen of Scots, Regent Building.
12 February: As the Women Lay Dreaming, Museum nan Eilean.
21 February: Sir Richard Broun, 8th Baronet of Colstoun: Saviour of the Order of St John in the British Realm, Sydney Grammar School.