Marshall Place Perth PH2 8NS
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J D Fergusson was one of the most important and influential artists in Britain in the first half of the 20th century. Born in Edinburgh, with ancestral links to Perthshire, he spent much of his career in France and is now most associated with Scottish Colourist group. The Fergusson Gallery holds his vast collection of artwork and associated archive, along with the archive of his lifelong companion, the pioneer of modern dance, Margaret Morris.
There is no parking at the venue however there is a variety of pay and display, multi-storey and on street parking nearby to suit your needs.
Council operated short stay parking
Council operated variable stay parking
Coach drop off point
'Park Mark' car park safer parking
Our facility includes steps with hand rails and a ramp into the building. Inside, most public areas are on one level with fully accessible toilets. You can also use our wheelchair for free during your visit if required. Please note there is no wheelchair or assisted access to Gallery 3.
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