Stranraer's historic Old Town Hall, built in 1776, is the home of Stranraer Museum.
Step inside and discover Wigtownshire's fascinating past. See one of Scotland's oldest ploughs, look at Victorian Wigtownshire in 3-D photographs and follow in the footsteps of Stranraer's own Polar explorers.
Plus displays on archaeology, local history, farming and dairying. Temporary exhibitions are held throughout the year and there are activities for all the family.
The Museum is on George Street in the centre of town.
Admission is free.
Loans are available to schools and community groups for a period of up to two weeks. If you would like to borrow a loan collection please contact us to find out if the collection you need is available. If it is, we will reserve if for a week and you can collect it anytime during museum opening hours.
The Museums service has brought together the best of the historical treasure tours. In the collection at Stranraer Museum you will find the following:
Visit the Future Museum website for further information on museum collections in Dumfries and Galloway and Ayrshire.