Banff Preservation and Heritage Society and Museum of Banff

Museum of Banff











Banff Museum was founded in 1828 as the museum of the Banff Institution and is the oldest museum in Scotland north of Perth. The Banff Institution was dissolved in 1875 and the collections passed to Banff Town Council.


The present museum and library building were built in 1902. Banff Preservation and Heritage Society 
currently run the Museum in partnership with Aberdeenshire Museums Service. The Museum is on Banff High Street, in the same building as Banff Library. The postocde is AB45 1AE.

The exhibits show a vast range of interesting artefacts from the Celtic period up to the modern day. They reflect life in Banffshire and show some stunning examples of our historical past in Banff and Macduff.

Presently access is via a staircase as the Museum is on the first floor but plans are in hand to create a lift access in the very near future.

The Museum is currently closed for refurbishment and we hope to re-open in the Autumn

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Banff Preservation and Heritage Society and Museum of Banff

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