Brechin Townhouse Museum displays local history exhibitions, works by Brechin artist David Waterson and a model of the town as it was in the 1820s.
Brechin Townhouse Museum gives visitors the chance to explore the history of the city and its people, with a rich collection of objects, photographs, archival material and ephemera. Displays focus on Brechin's ancient beginnings as an ecclesiastical city of great note. Diorama displays include a cleric in the Cathedral Scriptorium and the cattle rustler John Gall, in the 'Black Hole' of Brechin. A lively series of themed art exhibitions include work by Brechin artist David Waterson.
Contact the museum for Christmas and New Year opening hours. Groups may visit by appointment out-with normal opening hours.