Alyth Museum

Commercial Street, Alyth, PH11 8AF

Alyth is a small town in rural Perthshire  overlooking the countryside of Strathmore. This is an area rich in farming, which is an inspiration and resource for the museum collection.

Enjoy a wealth of pictures and objects reflecting life as it was in and around Alyth.

Until 25th June 2017 there is another chance to see the fascinating exhibition about the work of local Blairgowrie photographers, D Wilson Laing.

Three generations of the photographic business chronicled life in Perthshire between 1930 and 1990. From farming to fashion, sport to transport, dances to disasters and war to peace, it’s all here.

From 1st July our new exhibition opens, A Story of the Cateran Trail in 100 Objects in partnership with Cateran’s Common Wealth. The exhibition is the outcome of a campaign to crowdsource ideas for 100 objects that tell the story of the Trail’s history right up until the present day. Local residents and visitors were asked to propose people, places and objects that they believe tell an important part of the story of this part of Scotland.

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There is free on-street parking.

There is a seated stair lift to upper floor of the museum.

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  • Contact Information

  • Opening Times

      May 3rd to September 24th 2017
    • Mon: Closed - Closed
    • Tues: Closed - Closed
    • Wed: 13:00 - 17:00
    • Thurs: 13:00 - 17:00
    • Fri: 13:00 - 17:00
    • Sat: 13:00 - 17:00
    • Sun: 13:00 - 17:00
  • Facilities

    • Stair Lift
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