John Gray Centre
The John Gray Centre Museum is located on the first floor of the Centre. This 5-star museum tells the story of East Lothian from its earliest settlers to present-day communities. Explore the land, the sea and the people of this historic region through our film, audio guides, activity sheets and handling objects. The Centre also contains the Haddington branch library and East Lothian Archives and Local History Centre.
Library, Museum, Archive
Monday–Friday, 10am–5pm; Saturday, 10am–4pm; Sunday, 1pm–4pm
Museum closed Wednesday and Thursday from 1 October to 31 March. For opening hours for library, archive and local history centre, see www.johngraycentre.org.
Adult Changing table & hoist within Disabled Toilet.
Audio Descriptive Guide of Museum.
The John Gray Centre hosts the Archives for East Lothian Council, has a local history library and a Museum that covers the entire history of the geographical area from the pre-historic up to the modern era.
Details of our collections can be found on our website and out fully searchable catalogue.
Archives, Agriculture, Costume and Textiles, Coins and Medals, Decorative and Applied Art, Design, Industry, Fine Art, Maritime, Land Transport, Law and Order, Literature, Music, Natural Sciences, Personalities, Photography, Religion, Social History, Sport, Science and Technology, Toys and Hobbies, Trade and Commerce, Weapons and War, Archaeology, Architecture, Medicine, Aviation, Film and Media, Performing Arts, World Cultures
Mary Queen of Scots - Heads will Roll
- 5 September 2015 10-11:30am
Join Ruth (Queen Mary) for a lively morning of activities all about Scotland's famous queen.
Design a coat of arms so Mary knows if you are friend or foe, and help her crack the codes in secret letters.
Join the event on Facebook.
School Days Remembered
- 10 September 2015 10:30am-12pm
A panel of members from the Haddington Remembered Group will reminisce about their school days in and around East Lothian
- Any age
John Gray Centre
15 Lodge Street