The Perth Museum and Art Gallery - one of the oldest in the UK - in the city centre of Perth
A statue in Perth Museum and Art Gallery
The Fergusson Gallery - dedicated to the life and work of Scottish Colourist JD Fergusson - in the city centre of Perth
Perthshire boasts a plethora of arts and culture attractions that are amongst some of the finest in the country. Admire beautiful works of art in galleries, learn more about the region’s past at world-class museums and catch fantastic performances at one of the region's superb venues.
Picturesquely nestled between two spacious public parks and the western banks of the River, Scotland’s newest city Perth is home to an enviable array of cultural delights. Wander around the fantastic collections of Perth Museum and Art Gallery where you can take in everything from Pictish stones to works by the Old Masters. Another of the city’s cultural treasure troves is the Fergusson Gallery, a converted waterworks building which displays works by John Duncan Fergusson and other celebrated Scottish Colourists.
The Green Rooms (Perth) LTD is Perth's award winning Live Music and Entertainments venue. With 7 nights of live entertainment - there is always something happening from live bands, stand-up comedy, open mic sessions, quizzes and burlesque
Cultybraggan Camp, near Comrie, Perthshire is the last remaining WWII high security Prisoner of War (POW) Camp in the UK. Named PoW Camp No 21, it was built in 1941 to house 4,000 Category A prisoners.