The collections are housed in a Grade A listed building at the east end of the High Street. Here you will find objects displayed from all around the world, but especially from Moray, dating from before the dinosaurs to the present day. The important general collections include Pictish stones, archaeology, social history, natural history, art and science.
Appointments to view can be made during the closed season. School visits can be arranged during the closed season.
Getting there by railway:- From Elgin Station turn right and proceed to roundabout. Turn left up Moss Street and continue to the end, turn right on to Greyfriars Street then left down Glover Street. Turn right on to High Street. The museum is opposite the Moray Council HQ, at the end of High Street.
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