This family friendly museum houses a permanent exhibition on the history of Annan and the surrounding area.
A fascinating journey through time takes visitors from the prehistoric period up to the era of nuclear fission. Displays include costume, First World War memorabilia, town regalia and a remarkable collection of paintings depicting Annan and the Solway shore. Look out for a 4000 year old Bronze Age burial urn, mummified baby crocodiles and the 110 year old piece of chocolate!
NEW FOR 2018: A watercolour view of Annan in 1883 by John Dixon CE, a printed ceramic jug from the Bush Inn, Annan and the carefully conserved jacket that belonged to Lieutenant-General Colin Mackenzie (1806 - 1881) are just some of the items that will added to the local history gallery displays for 2018.
The museum also hosts a lively programme of special exhibitions and events throughout the season, together with visitor information and a shop stocking pocket money buys as well as local history books and greetings cards by local artists.
Entrance is free - for a full list of exhibitions and events at Annan
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Open 30 March - 31 October 2018, 11am - 4pm, Monday - Saturday.
- Fully accessible to wheelchairs.
- Children always welcome.
- Group bookings welcome
r April to October, Tel: 01461 201384
r November to March, Tel: 01387 253374
6 Annan Museum, Bank Street, Annan DG12 6AA
The Annan Museum is conveniently placed in the centre of Annan, just off the High Street. It is 3 minutes walk from the train station and 5 minutes walk from the main bus stop. From Dumfries drive into town and turn right at the town centre traffic lights. The museum is on your left and a free car parks can be found throughout the town.