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Musselburgh Museum re-opening.

After months of lockdown Muselburgh Museum has been prepared with new safety features and fittings made ready to re open on Saturday 12th September from 11 am till 3 pm and for every Saturday only thereafter until early October. The …

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Coronavirus update

Due to the Covid crisis the museum has been closed and in lockdown. The first exhibition for the year – Wildlife in Musselburgh – was at that time all but ready for opening on 5 th April but could not …

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coronavirus update

Due to the Covid crisis the museum has been closed and in lockdown. The first exhibition for the year – Wildlife in Musselburgh – was at that time all but ready for opening on 5 th April but could not …

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coronavirus update.

Due to the Covid crisis the museum has been closed and in lockdown. The first exhibition for the year – Wildlife in Musselburgh – was at that time all but ready for opening on 5 th April but could not …

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The Olympic Torch will pass along Edinburgh Road, North High Street, and Bridge street on June 14th between 8.24am and 8.54am.

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Colin Beattie MSP visits the museum

Mr. Colin Beattie MSP and his wife visited the museum at the end of January and thoroughly enjoyed their visit.

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Andy Robertson gives talk entitled “By Trowel and Error”

Mr. Andy Robertson the head of the Archaeological department of East Lothian council gave a talk entitled “By Trowel and Error” in St. Peter’s church hall. This talk, the first of three to be given in conjunction with the Roman …

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Italian Consul General visited the Museum

Mauro Carfagnini the Italian Consul General visited the museum on the 17th of January. As might be expected he was very knowledgeable about Roman history. Andy Robertson of the East Lothian council who gave the first of the lectures in our …

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