Alyth Museum



The Alyth Museum overlooks the countryside of Strathmore, an area rich in farming which is an inspiration and resource for the displays you will find here. You can enjoy a wealth of pictures and objects reflecting life as it was, in and around Alyth.

This former library, features displays on local agrarian history; manse parlour, dairy, laundry and schoolroom, cottage industries, kitchen, written and photographic records.

One of the attraction is the Blairgowrie Drunk's Cart, which was used in the 19th century to deliver home those who had enjoyed a little too much of the local hospitality. Across the road is the agricultural section with implements and farm life displays.

Address: Commercial Street
Alyth
Perth
PH11 8AF
How to get there:Map
Telephone: +44(0) 01738 632 488
Website:http://www.pkc.gov.uk/Education+and...
Managed by: Perth and Kinross Coucil
Opening Hours: It is open only in fhe summer,  between May and September; Wednesday - Sunday 1-5pm.
Admission:Free entry.
 Parking:Ample free parking
Languages:English speaking guide only
 Accessibility:No disabled access
Toilets:Public Toilets nearby
 Shop:Local in town few hundred metres
Cafe/Restaurant:Local restaurants

     Last updated 23/01/2012

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