CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO STORM DAMAGE Discover four centuries of local history at the Fraserburgh Heritage Centre, a family friendly attraction in Aberdeenshire.
CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO STORM DAMAGE
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Sited in what was originally a barrel store, this award-winning museum is run by volunteers from Fraserburgh Heritage Society.
Discover the bustling quayside in the age of sail and explore a wealth of displays to interest every age.
Fraserburgh Heritage Centre illustrates the rich history of this north east Scotland fishing town which grew from a 'mere creek' to become Scotland's premier herring port.
Something for everyone can be found among the 23 displays illustrating the historical, social and economic development of Fraserburgh, including the stories of famous townsfolk who made their mark around the world.
For the younger visitor, the centre has more than 20 hands-on activities that enable the user to have fun and learn about the past.
Audio tours are available - No extra charge. Child friendly. 23 hands on activities.
Out of hours visits by appointment.
Groups & School groups welcome - by appointment only
Transport and Parking
Public Parking Nearby
Accessible Parking Or Drop-off Point
Level access to all public areas
Public Toilet Facilities
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