Banchory Museum is currently closed
|Monday||10 am - 4.30pm|
|Tuesday||10 am - 5.30pm|
|Thursday||10 am - 5.30pm|
|Saturday||11 am - 1.30pm|
Welcome to the exciting new Banchory Museum, part of the Banchory Library and Cultural Centre, just off Scott Skinner Square in the heart of the town.
Come in and learn about Royal Deeside’s archaeological past, discover Banchory’s rich musical heritage, and get up close and personal with furry friends found in the surrounding countryside.
Why not have a go at creating your own museum exhibit in our interactive room? There’s lots to see and do for all ages.
Access to the museum is through the Banchory Library, so do come on down for a visit!
Begin your visit to Royal Deeside in Banchory Museum and explore how the area became a popular leisure destination from Victorian times
Discover Banchory’s connections to traditional Scottish music and its famous fiddler James Scott Skinner
Become a curator in our interactive room and design your own museum
Disabled access throughout museum
Free entry to museum