Perth Museum and Art Gallery
Perth Museum and Art Gallery is a landmark building in the centre of Perth dating from 1824, and is one of the oldest purpose-built museum buildings in the United Kingdom, and honours the memory of Thomas Hay Marshall (1780 -1808). TH Marshall was a former provost whose passion for Georgian architecture transformed Perth from a medieval burgh to a modern city. The Latin inscription CIVES GRATI translates as ‘grateful citizens’. If you are looking for a unique venue hire, Perth Museum and Art Gallery will give an impressive first impression to all guests. Whatever your event is we have comfortable and functional venues for hire.
Our Lecture Hall can accommodate up to 90 people in a lecture style setting, or 24 in a boardroom style, thanks to our retractable seating. With a pleasant interior, professional sound system and adjustable lighting we can create a great atmosphere for enjoyment, work or learning. The Lecture Hall is also available to hire at night with our Sculpture Court to give a more adaptable space.
With ample space, the Library Room is ideal for smaller meetings, surgeries and interviews with the benefits of modern multimedia equipment.
Twelve people can sit in a boardroom layout and twenty-four in a theatre layout. The room can accommodate a projector screen and other equipment for the duration of your meeting.
Our Sculpture Court and foyer is spacious, bright and airy and benefits from the unique and distinctive setting of Perth Museum and Art Gallery. The layout is easily transformed and it offers a flexible space for conference registration, catering, or private gatherings and drinks receptions.