Plan your visit

Opening on Saturday 30 March 2024, this new world-class visitor attraction will highlight the many objects and stories that put Perth and Kinross at the heart of Scotland’s history.

Opening Times

Perth Museum will open to the public on Saturday 30 March 2024.

More details on this will be available soon.


Entry to the permanent galleries is free.

Entry to the Stone of Destiny experience is free, but requires a timed ticket. More details on this available soon.

Entry to our temporary exhibition, Unicorn requires a paid ticket. For details and to book, visit the link below.

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How to get here

Perth Museum,
St John’s Place,

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Walking from Perth Railway Station should take just under 15 minutes through the city centre.


The nearest bust stops to Perth Museum are on South Street, opposite Tesco Express. Buses 57, 57A, 58A, 7, 7A, 7S, 16 16B, 51, X7, X16, 3, 11, 11S, 12 & 34C stop here.


Perth Museum is located in Perth city centre and is within walking distance of many shops and amenities.


You can cycle to Perth Museum, located in Perth city centre.


There is no parking at the venue however there is a variety of pay and display, multi-storey and on street parking nearby to suit your needs.

Inside the Museum

Find out what’s on, book tickets for Unicorn and more.

Beyond the Museum

There’s more to see and do around Perth and Kinross. Check out some of our recommendations and plan for a longer stay!