Visitors Forum Montrose Museum and Art Gallery

Panmure Place, Montrose, Angus, DD10 8HE (map)
Telephone: 01674 673232 See also:
Scotland Background information A Town Museum opened in 1842 housing collections of local archaeology, social, industrial and maritime history, fine and decorative art, natural sciences, notable collections of Pictish stones, Montrose silver and agates. General information
Facilities: Shop, Parking, Disabled Access, Tours
Admission: 10.00-5.00 Monday to Saturday except Christmas and New Year; Entrance free
How to find us: On A92 Arbroath to Aberdeen road. From Dundee or Aberdeen. Montrose Particularly interesting for
Local History Maritime Art Paintings Prints Sculpture Listed under Highlights of the Collection Lindsay Jr., William Silver Communion cup Other artists represented in the Collection Waterson, David Further Information Planning travel to the UK
Valuations/buying & selling art
Directory of living artists Learning about art
Supporting the arts Add your own comment.We very much welcome feedback and any further information that you can provide to help us maintain our databases. If visiting a museum to see a particular work of art we strongly suggest telephoning in advance to confirm that it will be on view.Art Guide © Cognitive Applications Limited, 1997. All rights reserved. Montrose Museum and Art Gallery
Background information A Town Museum opened in 1842 housing collections of local archaeology, social, industrial and maritime history, fine and decorative art, natural sciences, notable collections of Pictish stones, Montrose silver and agates. Particularly interesting for
Local History Maritime Art Paintings Prints Sculpture Listed under
Highlights of the Collection Lindsay Jr., William Silver Communion cup Lindsay Jr., William Silver Communion cup Other artists represented in the Collection Waterson, David Further Information Planning travel to the UK
Valuations/buying & selling art
Directory of living artists Learning about art
Supporting the arts Add your own comment.We very much welcome feedback and any further information that you can provide to help us maintain our databases. If visiting a museum to see a particular work of art we strongly suggest telephoning in advance to confirm that it will be on view.