Small and friendly local history museum. A regular programme of local history, archeology, photographic and arts and craft exhibitions.
Recent exhibitions have included paintings by William Ewart Lockhart, a centenary display on Cochran Boiler Makers, local architectural plans and the finds from Birrens Roman fort.
Easter (or 1st April) - 30th September
Wed - Sat & Bank Holidays
11.00-16.00 (opening times may vary, please check in advance.)
Archaeology, Archives, Decorative and Applied Art, World Cultures, Fine Art, Science and Technology, Social History
A game for girls?
- 28 August — 31 October 2015 *on now
Women’s Association football was first played in Edinburgh in 1881. Although further matches were played in Scotland throughout the 1880s and 90s, it was during World War One that the women’s game was propelled into the public consciousness like never before.
This exhibition looks at the rise, fall and resurrection of Scottish women’s football from the factory teams of World War One to its place on the international sports stage today. Discover the stories of local teams, players and matches and how football helped to change the perception of women’s roles in society.
- Any age
Crafting a Living
- 9 May — 31 October 2015 *on now
• weave colourful threads into the museum’s collective scarf
• have a go at stick weaving
• art and craft gallery trail
• make and decorate a little gift box
• colouring sheets
- Any age