The Community Archive is situated in the Cross and welcomes locals and visitors to browse the collection, view displays and talk to the volunteers about our community in years gone by.
The records of The Scottish Horse Regiment are also kept in the archive and visitors are welcome who wish to research family members who were in the Regiment.
The Archive also have booklets covering the local graveyards which will help with family history research.
The archive is run by volunteers and their only income is from your kind donations. They are happy to do a preliminary investigation but if they find any relevant information would have to make a small charge. Find out more here: http://www.dunkeldcathedral.org.uk/archives
The Chapter House Museum, located in Dunkeld Cathedral, is a permanent local history exhibition telling the history of the town and the redevelopment of the reformed church. Mention is made of the connection with the Atholl Family and also notable local people; Niel Gow, the fiddler, Sir Donald Currie the benefactor and Beatrice Potter, the children’s author who spent summer holidays in Dunkeld and wrote the Story of Peter Rabbit there.