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The Stewartry Museum was founded in 1879, and first occupied part of the Kirkcudbright Town Hall. As the collection grew, the present purpose-built museum was planned and opened in 1893. The Museum has an old-world charm and exhibits a wealth of...more
All reviews local history stuffed animals well worth a visit eggs free entry family history great wee packed full local railway modern times glass cases small space interesting things to see interesting exhibits local area lots of interesting things treasure trove
A small museum but with some interesting artefacts suitable for both the young and old. They had some dinosaur exhibits which the children were fascinated with from the local school. It is free to go into also. Kirkudbright is a nice town and has some...More
This is a lovely museum with lots of local history and a great dinosaur exhibition for the children. There is so much to see here that you easily lose track of time. I would recommend everyone to visit this museum.
Very interesting exhibits, along with local history,it's good to see so many really really old exhibits, which makes this museum interesting,and what museums are all about ! but many museums of today don't want to exhibits all the old stuff but just the more modern...More
Fans of local museums will love the Stewarty Museum.
It is full of local character and has artifacts and exhibits which cover the whole span of local history, from ancient cup and ring stones to things from the middle years of the last century. Compares...More
Really loved this museum. Fell into it meandering around Kirkcudbright. It is one big hall with a gallery running around the upstairs and a little reception and shop. It had so many things! Loved the old machines and the ww2 stuff. As a Wicker Man...More