Doors Open Days in Clackmannanshire is coordinated by Clackmannanshire Heritage Trust, with some support from Clackmannanshire Council. There will be guided tours of Alloa, Clackmannan and Sauchie Towers. Clackmannan Heritage Walks will explore the fascinating story of the village. St Mungo's Parish Church in Alloa continues to celebrate its Bicentenary; all of the churches taking part are well worth a visit to discover their stories and splendid interiors.
Popular destinations Alloa Fire Station, The Coach House Theatre, Alva Ice House and the Johnstone Mausoleum, Dollar Museum and Tullibody Heritage Centre will also welcome people again.
Highlights and new this year is Clackmannanshire Council Archives in the Speirs Centre, where there will also be an exhibition celebrating Alloa Pottery and a display about the new Clackmannanshire panel for the Great Tapestry of Scotland. The former Devon Colliery Beam Engine House will be open again, as will Tullibody Community Garden, which is encouraging people to grow their own food and eat more healthily.
Please note that in some buildings only the ground floor is accessible to people with mobility difficulties. Please refer to the key next to each entry. Visitors enter the buildings at their own risk. Neither Clackmannanshire Heritage Trust nor any participating building owners are responsible for any accidents or damage incurred.
Our Doors Open Days weekend is 28th and 29th September.
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