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Went to see Landseer's Monarch of the Glen painting. What a marvellous opportunity in little... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Stuart B
Durham, United Kingdom
A great little gallery and good cafe too.

This is a great gallery in the newly refurbushed former town hall. Entrance is free and the staff... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Went to see Landseer's Monarch of the Glen painting. What a marvellous opportunity in little Kirkcudbright! The museum is bright, modern and free. Lots of other fine art exhibits on three floors. A splendid amenity.

Thank Stuart B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a great gallery in the newly refurbushed former town hall. Entrance is free and the staff are polite and helpful. There's a good exhibition of local art on the ground floor. During our visit,there was a travelling art exhibition on the second floor,...More

Thank Will1957
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely building and free to access, with a donations box, which is well worth a few pound coins, particularly as we were able to see the huge and original paiting "Monarch of the Glen " which is on tour and is currently hanging with great...More

Thank KateDenby
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Art group summer outing to Kirkcudbright and Lunch at Selkirk Arms. After lunch paid first visit to the newly refurbished town hall gallery. Now has 3 /4floors. Permanent exhibit on the ground floor. Exhibition on first floor was the WASP contemporary exhibits. Cafe on same...More

1  Thank Maureen P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Monach of the Glen, brilliant lots of different arts on display a really worthwhile visit and its Free accessible to all with lifts nice cafe inside but we did not eat there.

Thank prowcc
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The former town hall has been converted into a fantastic art gallery. In fact there are now 2 galleries on different levels and a very nice cafe too. In the galleries the lighting is excellent so you can see the exhibits at their best. I...More

1  Thank Fiona M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Housed in the newly refurbished town hall this is an excellent art gallery (admission is free). The ground floor gallery houses a permanent collection of paintings, book illustrations, etc. by artists associated with Kirkcudbright. The 2nd floor gallery is a display of new art (available...More

Thank Dutch1503
Reviewed 12 June 2018

Just opened on the 9th June 2018. This historic building has been refurbished and is now a breathtaking experience for all. Housing the past artists of Kbt and surrounding area to the best advantage. BEAUTIFUL NEW BUILDING for Art in SW SCOTLAND.

Thank janeH5350UO
Reviewed 20 June 2016

Absolutelt stunning museum,stuffed with local history and artefacts.Well worth spending an hour or so here.

Thank stephen w
Reviewed 29 August 2015

This is the second year we have been to Kirkcudbright in August. Last year we came across this gallery showing art by 'The Glasgow Girls'. So this year, we made a b-line for the gallery and found their exhibition was 'The Airdrie Boys. Both exhibitions...More

1  Thank RosD745
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