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We went in here one of the rare days it is open. Interesting to read about the history of Dollar, a lovely village with a picturesque castle. Got a nice tea towel and found out the volunteer was the lady who drew it and so...More
No entry fee, but visitors may make a donation. This is quite a small village/rural life museum with an emphasis on the (now closed) local Devon Valley railway and local houses - including Dollar Academy. Main display on the ground floor (with a re-constructed "Granny's...More
On our way to Campbell Castle, we dropped into the museum to see what they might have to see. Spent a pleasant hour being shown around by the attendant, seeing displays and checking out their ancestry records. Would love to go back and spend hours...More
A small but very interesting museum devoted to the history and origins of the village of Dollar in Clackmannanshire.
Entrance is free but there is a box for donations. The museum on the ground floor and the archives on the first floor are well laid...More