Montrose Museum provides visitors with an opportunity to explore the history and art of the vibrant town of Montrose.
Opened in 1842, Montrose Museum was one of the first purpose-built museums in Scotland. It tells the story of Montrose and its people, from the earliest archaeological finds - Bronze Age swords and Pictish stones - to the gallant Marquis of Montrose and the Jacobite uprisings, the harbour and maritime trade, to the present day. The art gallery hosts changing exhibitions from the community and from the Museum's collections of paintings and sculptures by local artists.
Contact the museum for Christmas and New Year opening hours. Groups may visit by appointment out-with normal opening hours.
Transport and Parking
Public Parking Nearby
No Pets Allowed
Lift or stairlift
Partially suitable for visitors with limited mobility
Level access to main entrance
Public Toilet Facilities
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