Galleries and museums in Scotland
You can’t beat a museum or gallery for a great day out - and you’ll find plenty of them to amuse you in Scotland’s towns and cities. With collections to interest anyone and everyone, you won’t be disappointed. And most are free. Not bad for a small country!
All year round, Huntly:
Visit this recently refurbished museum showing civic regalia, an extensive collection of commtokens and displays on the Huntly textile industry.
10th May 2015, East Lothian:
Experience the sights and sounds of the front line with history groups from the First and Second World Wars.
16th May 2015, Dundee:
Shackleton to the Suffragettes, Dundee 1901 – 1919.
15th - 17th May 2015, Scotland-wide:
Museums and galleries across Scotland are providing a weekend packed full of surprising and exciting events.
Mid May to mid September, North Ayrshire:
Displaying the history of the abbey and the town of Kilwinning, the museum is open Easter weekend and then from the middle of May to the middle of September.
3rd May - 28th September 2015, Abernethy:
The Museum of Abernethy was opened in May 2000.
Easter, then May- September, Perthshire:
Situated in the former village school, the museum explores the heritage created by previous generations.
The Museum is part of the Canal Centre which is administered by the Linlithgow Union Canal Society (LUCS).
May - September 2011, Lerwick:
A restored 18th century fishing Böd on the outskirts of Lerwick, famous as the birthplace of Arthur Anderson, co-founder of the company P&O.
May - September, Perthshire
Alyth Museum overlooks the countryside of Strathmore, an area rich in farming which is an inspiration and resource for the displays you will find here.