Open every weekend from Easter to Christmas. Opening Times: Saturdays 11am to 1pm and 2pm to 4.30pm; Sundays 2pm to 4.30pm
Although the Museum is owned and run by a Charitable Trust, it depends on donations and the support it receives from its Friends. To make a donation please click on the Donate Now button which will take you to our JustGiving page. You can also make a contactless donation at the museum.
You may become a ‘Friend’ for a year with a subscription of £10. This should be sent to our Hon. Treasurer at the Museum. Your subscription will help to run a valuable local resource and you will also be invited to various special events, such as previews of exhibitions, during each year. An occasional newsletter – Musenews – is published giving details of forthcoming exhibitions and events. To become a Friend of the museum please click on the Download Form button.
You can also give membership to friends and family. Pop into the Museum and ask for a Membership Gift Card to give one year’s membership subscription to someone and support your local museum.
Recent events have included a visit by HRH Prince Edward Duke of Kent, lectures by Matthew Pease, Tom Kitchin, Lord Wheatley and Sir George Reid, a Strawberry Tea and outings to Abbotsford, The Transport Museum, The Burns Museum at Alloway, the Scottish Parliament, the Japanese Gardens at Cowden and the V&A Museum in Dundee.
Supporting the Museum
Dollar Museum is an independent local museum and as such relies heavily on donations and local volunteers.
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From prehistoric times to the present day, artefacts, documents and photographs illustrate the history of Dollar.
Our 2022 Exhibition
New: a working model of Dollar Railway Station and model of Dollar Mine. A small exhibition of watercolours by Waller Hugh Paton, a Time-Line of Dollar History, Local Witches, Floods in Dollar, the origin of the place-name “Dollar”, the History of the Dollar Academy Gardens, local prehistoric finds, Granny's Kitchen - and much more ...
Local finds from Bronze Age burials on loan from the National Museums of Scotland give an insight into early inhabitants of the Hillfoots.