Dalbeattie Museum


Dalbeattie Museum Trustee's decided that Dalbeattie Museum will NOT open on 1st April 2020.

It will stay closed for the foreseeable future until the Coronavirus Pandemic is given the all clear.

This action is in line with many organisations with the aim of helping to delay the spread of the virus and to protect our visitors and volunteers.


 Dalbeattie Museum is now on facebook. Please click here

Please keep watching for any news. 



 We are a local and social history museum for all the family.


We have many displays which chart past industries of Dalbeattie.

Our main display upstairs will surprise you.


Read about our local hero William McMaster Murdoch, with our Titanic Display. 

Titanic Display

The museum is FREE to enter

(children must be accompanied by an adult)


Dalbeattie Primary School Book

History Of Dalbeattie Primary School Is Still Available!!!


This book was collated because the Primary School may close once the Dalbeattie Learning Campus has been 

built. It was felt important to record and document the history of the school.

Along with the book there is a DVD of class photographs, taken over the years.

This book is free to any pupil who attended the Dalbeattie Primary School



Reflections of Old Dalbeattie    

New DVD called Reflections of Old Dalbeattie

Our exciting new DVD has been launched. It is called

"Reflections of Old Dalbeattie".

Tommy Henderson reflects on some of Dalbeattie's history and along with his commentary are old pictures of Dalbeattie.

This DVD costs £5:00 and all proceeds go towards the running costs of our museum.


If you have not visited the museum, then this year put in on the top of your “to do” list and spend an hour or two reminiscing.



A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Dalbeattie Museum.


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