A modern museum and gallery in the heart of Perth.
  • 78 George St

    Perth,

    Perth and Kinross,

    PH1 5LB

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Perth Museum and Art Gallery

From portraits and photographs to meteorites and Miss Ballantyne’s salmon there is always a fascinating array of objects from the collections on display complemented by in-gallery activities for families.

Enjoy discovering about local history in the Beginnings Gallery, exploring the natural history of the area in Wild and Wonderful, or view a range artwork including portraits by John Everett Millais. Come regularly to see a changing programme of temporary exhibitions which offer something for everyone.

For current event listings and exhibitions see here>

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