AK Bell Library
Perth & Kinross
This grade A listed building was designed by William Macdonald Mackenzie and operated as an infirmary from 1836 until 1914 when it became a hospital for WW1 soldiers. Later on it became a tuberculosis centre and offices for Perth Education Authority, before reopening in 1994 as AK Bell Library, the flagship library and archive for Perth & Kinross.
Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour of the library building and a chance to see some of the treasures of our archive and local history collections, led by our expert librarians and archivists.
Tours need to be booked in advance: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/culture-perth-and-kinross-6327092777
Where to find us
- 2-8 York Place
- PH2 8EP
Programmes this building took part in: