Tolbooth Museum

Tolbooth Museum
Old Pier
The Harbour
Stonehaven
Aberdeenshire
AB39 2JU
Scotland

Website

www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/museums/tolbooth.asp

Telephone

01771 622906

Fax

01771 622 884

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Visit Stonehaven's oldest building - the Earl Marischal's 16th - century storehouse which served as the County Tolbooth of Kincardineshire from 1600-1767 to discover why Episcopal priests were imprisoned here in 1748, Stonehaven's links with the sea, and local bygones.

Venue Type:

Museum

Opening hours

June-September
Mon Thurs-Sat 1000-1200 1400-1700
Wed Sun 1400-1700
Closed Tues

Admission charges

Admission free

Collection details

Archaeology, Maritime, Science and Technology, Social History

Key artists and exhibits

  • Episcopal priests
  • Tolbooth of Kincardineshire
Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

Three of the best: The Lost Department Stores of Aberdeen

  • 25 January — 10 May 2014 *on now

Long before city shopping malls, the great independently run department stores such as Falconers, Watt & Grant and Esslemont & Macintosh graced the bustling thoroughfare of Union Street. They prided themselves in providing an exemplary selection of goods, from women's fashions and menswear to children's clothes and household goods. Although these stores are now gone, many of the items sold by them remain within Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums Collections, some of which are featured in this display.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

http://www.aagm.co.uk/Exhibitions/Current/Three-of-the-best-The-Lost-Department-Stores-of-Aberdeen.aspx

The Best in Scotland

  • 17 May — 9 August 2014

An exploration of Aberdeen City's Archives, the best preserved archives in Scotland. Discover the depth and sometimes surprising contents of these rich and unique archives ranging from the 12th century up to the 21st.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

http://www.aagm.co.uk/Exhibitions/Current/The-Best-in-Scotland.aspx

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