1 High Street
Possibly the oldest independent museum in Scotland. Established in 1836, with the purpose built museum opening in 1842. Italianate style building has recently undergone a half million pound refurbishment (2003).
Begining April-End October
Closed during the winter from begining of November to the end of March. However, visitors are always welcome. Just knock on the door, and if possible (staff/volunteer wise) we will let you in to look around. A donation is always welcome!
£4.50 Family Ticket
Wold famous fossil collection, Romano-Celtic collection, Pictish Stones, and the "People & Place" Exhibition.
Awarded Four Stars by the Scottish Tourist Board in 2004 and the Winner of the Moray Access Panel Award for the Best Renovated building in Moray 2004.
Archaeology, Archives, Coins and Medals, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Industry, Land Transport, Literature, Maritime, Natural Sciences, Personalities, Religion, Science and Technology, Social History, Trade and Commerce, Weapons and War, World Cultures
Key artists and exhibits
- We have exhibitions throughout the year.
Victorian Times in Moray - A Snapshot!
- 17 May 2014 11am-4pm
Prepare to be transported back in time as Victorian Moray comes to life at Elgin Museum. People from all walks of life will introduce you to their worlds and give you a glimpse of what life was like in Victorian times - from rich to poor, you’ll see it all. Find out about everything from farming to fashion, toys to technology, money to music, and see just how much influence the Victorians had on our world today. They’ll be plenty of entertainment throughout the day so don’t miss out on this Victorian extravaganza!