22 September 2018 (11am to 4pm)
Elgin Museum is Scotland’s oldest continuously independent museum. Owned by the Moray Society, it is run almost entirely by volunteers. On display are objects from before the dinosaurs up to the present day, telling Moray’s story, and housed in a Category A listed building.
Built in 1842 as a museum, and by public subscription.
View the newly renovated exterior funded partly through Moray LEADER and CARS [Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme]. See the Poppy Cascade and the new activities for Young People.
Open 11am - 4pm. Volunteers on hand.
Architect: Thomas Mackenzie. A Marshall Mackenzie and Son
Building Date: 1842-1920
Volunteers on hand. Find out about Moray's history from the dinosaurs to the present day.