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Cathedral Museum, Dunblane

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.8/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
Dunblane Museum houses a collection of artefacts, paintings, prints and photographs about Dunblane Cathedral and Dunblane, and it has one of the largest collections of Communion tokens.

The Museum is situated at The Cross in Dunblane, across the road from Dunblane Cathedral.

On the edge of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, there is much to see in this ancient City, the Cathedral, the Leighton Library and it is only a short drive to Sheriffmuir, the site of the Jacobite battle in 1715.

Normal Opening Times Easter to mid-October

Monday to Saturday 10.30am - 4.30pm.

Sundays occasionally in Summer for details click on calendar on the website
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  • Lovely, friendly museum. Lots of interest. Specially liked the archives from hospitals or asylums as well as the Andy & Jamie Murray stuff & all the wee all the wee mice....wish they were for sale! 
  • A modest museum with a collection of artifacts from the town and the area. A good video. Activities for children. 
  • Lovely little museum with lots of interesting things to see and loads of information on dunblane history. You can sit and watch a presentation that tells you all the local history as well as see lots ...  read more »
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