Fraserburgh Heritage Centre

Fraser Heritage Centre
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The Heritage Centre is leased by Fraserburgh Heritage Society and operated on a voluntary basis. The building was originally a barrel store, then the foundry of the Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company Ltd, before being converted to a modern visitor centre which illustrates the history of Fraserburgh and its people. Enjoy your time here in this Award-winning Museum created by the local community. This project was part funded by the European Regional Development Fund PESCA Programme.

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Opening hours

The Centre is open from April 1st until October 31st.
11.00 - 16.00 Mon - Sat and 12.00 - 16.00 Sun.
Last admission at 15.15
Pre-booking for group visits is essential.

The Centre is closed during the winter season.

Admission charges

Adult £5.00
Concession £3.00
Child 5 to 16 years £2.00
(under 5 free)
Family £10.00
(2 adults, 2 children or 1 adult, 3 children)

Additional info

Free parking for cars and buses.
Many exhibits are "hands-on" for children.
Audio Guide handset available.

Collection details

Social History

Key artists and exhibits

  • Bill Gibb, fashion designer

Fraserburgh Heritage Centre
Quarry Road
AB43 9DT




01346 512888

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