Visit Banchory museum, the gateway to Royal Deeside and learn about the history of Banchory and its most famous son, musician and composer, J. Scott Skinner, the "Strathspey King".
In our collection you will see:
- Aberdeenshire archaeology
- Deeside natural history
- Displays of local culture and traditions
We can also help with genealogy and local history queries and over the winter provide an information point for both visitors and locals.
For more information on our museum please contact us.
Christmas period opening times:
|Monday 24th December||11am to 2pm|
|Tuesday 25th December||Closed|
|Wednesday 26th December||Closed|
|Thursday 27th December||Closed|
|Friday 28th December||11am to 3pm|
|Saturday 29th December||11am to 3pm|
|Sunday 30th December||Closed|
|Monday 31st December||11am to 2pm|
|Tuesday 1st January||Closed|
|Wednesday 2nd January||Closed|
|Thursday 3rd January||Closed|
The Banchory Museum opening times are Monday, Friday and Saturday 11am to 3pm.
You can contact Banchory museum in writing, by telephone or email:
View the Banchory Museum location map.
There is limited street parking beside the museum. More spaces are available nearby at the Dee Street car park.