The exhibition will include documents and artifacts dating to the 17th century to give an insight to life, and death in the town at this time and subsequent years.
Details to follow.
Exceptionally the museum will be open from Thursday 11th December until the 20th with the exception of Sunday the 14th.
The exhibition of the panels of the Scottish Diaspora Tapestry which have relevance to Musselburgh will open at 1300hrs on the11th Dec..
The museum will be open from Thursday the 11th of December at 1300hrs until Saturday the 20th except for Sunday the 14th. Our normal opening hours from 1030hrs to 1600hrs will apply.
This exhibition will commemorate the people of Musselburgh who died during WW1, and is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The work is expected to take approximately 16 weeks and should be completed by the 23rd November. This will also affect the car park at the Old Town Hall.
The museum wish the athletes participating in the Commonwealth Games especially Sarah Warnock & Micky Yule sucess.
Running concurrently with the Commonwealth Games, this exhibition will feature the sports clubs, sportsmen & women of the town.
Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded £7500 to Musselburgh Museum to mark the Centenary of the First World War
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