The Meigle Sculptured Stone Museum displays 26 Pictish carved stones dating from the late 8th century to the late 10th century.
The museum, based in a former schoolhouse, has an impressive collection of Pictish carved sculpture including cross slabs, recumbent gravestones, rare architectural fragments and a hogback stone. The museum backs onto the graveyard where most of the stones were found.
The carved stones make up one of the most important collections of early medieval sculpture in Western Europe and are all that survives of a centre of Pictish wealth and patronage.
Please note this site will re-open on 1st April 2019.
Very occasionally the property has to close at short notice due to adverse weather conditions or other reasons out with our control. Please check the Historic Scotland closures page for any unexpected site closures https://www.historicenvironment.scot/visit-a-place/check-for-closures/. You can also follow closure tweets from @welovehistory using #hsclosure. Alternatively please call the site before setting off to check they are open.