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As a native of Stranraer who has been away for 25 years but returns several times a year the museum remains always interesting for me and my kids. I do hope it remains open. To see old friends on the Dicks Hill documentarty was great....More
In the centre of the town this small museum is definitely worth a visit. Lots of local artifacts and interesting displays to pore over. Upstairs they appear to host special exhibits, so again worth checking this out.
Allow up to about an hour here to...More
Small museum but a lot in there. Lots of interesting facts about the local area. Didn't realise Stranraer/Cairnryan played such an important part in the war. The under the sea exhibition upstairs is very good if you have children with you. A visit is recommended...More
Situated in the old town house, the museum gives a wonderful insight into what made Stranraer famous. There are interesting exhibits on farmingof old, and a bit of everything from archeology to natural history. I was fascinated to see the bits about the Polar explorers...More
Visited the museum on the recommendation of a coach driver. Totally free to enter, but you can make a donation in the box. Surprisingly large and varied display of local artefacts, spread over 2 floors. Also has toilets. Friendly staff. Worth a look if you...More