In 2023 come along to one of our lunchtime lectures given by museum staff and find out more about the treasures and stories in the collections, as well as the work we do behind the scenes.
This session explores the process of converting the 110-year-old Perth City Hall into a state-of-the-art museum. Discover how architects, engineers and exhibition designers are working with communities and curators to create a new home for Perth & Kinross’ Recognised Collections of National Significance and the Stone of Destiny, also known as the Stone of Scone.
Perth’s two City Halls have been at the heart of the city’s social, civic, and political life for over 170 years. This talk, delivered by collections officer JP Reid will explore the next chapter in the history of this site.
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