Museum of Abernethy

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School Wynd, Abernethy, Perthshire, PH2 9JJ

    The Museum of Abernethy tells the local history of Abernethy, a historic settlement since Pictish times, and the inhabitants.

    The museum aims to preserve the varied and extensive history of Abernethy, which has been occupied since Pictish times. There are changing exhibitions, artefacts and photographs which record the memories of local inhabitants and their occupations.

    There is also a secluded courtyard garden with further displays on local agriculture, fishing and berry picking.

    Gradings
    4 Museum
    Awards
    Assisted wheelchair access
    Opening Times
    Opening times 2015
    3 May 2015 - 28 Sep 2015
    Day Times
    Monday Closed
    Tuesday Closed
    Thursday 14:00 17:00
    Friday 14:00 17:00
    Saturday 14:00 17:00
    Sunday 14:00 17:00

    Admission free but donations are gratefully accepted.
    Opening hours: Early May until late September. Wednesday-Sunday 2pm – 5pm

    Catering

    • Shop

    Facilities

    • Disabled Access

    Payment Methods

    • Cash
    • Cheque

    Transport

    • Free Parking Off-Site/Street

    Children

    • Baby Changing Facilities Available
    • Children Welcome

    Location

    • Village Location

    Special Requirements

    • Groups Welcome
    • School Groups Welcome

    Transport within Scotland

    For public transport information to visit here from within Scotland, enter your postcode and visit date below.

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    Access to Public Areas (Displays, exhibits, rides etc)

    • Level access (i.e. no steps or thresholds) or access by a ramp or lift to :
      • a public toilet
      • a public toilet suitable for visitors who use a wheelchair
      • the gift shop

    General

    • Seating available throughout the attraction at appropriate intervals, for visitors with limited mobility
    • Good colour / tonal contrast used throughout the attraction e.g. doors contrast strongly with floors/walls
    • Where there are films or information touch screens, they have visual / audible subtitles [e.g. to describe icons and images]
    • Clear signage throughout the attraction (e.g. colour contrasted, large lettering, use of pictograms etc.)
    • Lighting effective throughout the attraction for visually impaired visitors e.g. pools of light and dark areas are avoided
    • Routes / pathways throughout the attraction suitable for visitors with limited mobility
      • Routes / pathways throughout the attraction suitable for wheelchair users
      • some routes

    Attraction Entrance

    • There is a ramp to the main entrance
      • There is a handrail by the ramp
    • There are steps to the main entrance
      • Number of steps 4
      • There is a handrail by the steps

    Parking

    • Parking provided for visitors
      • Parking on site
      • Within about 50 metres of the attraction
    • The route from the parking area to the nearest public entrance is :
      • with a ramp
    • There is a drop-off point for guests immediately outside the main entrance

    This information is self-assessed; therefore we accept no liability for its accuracy. Please contact the venue for further information.

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