About Dunblane Museum
Dunblane Museum, originally called the Dunblane Cathedral Museum, opened in 1943 and is run entirely by volunteers. It holds a collection of artefacts, photographs and paintings about the history of Dunblane and its Cathedral.
There is a collection of 7,000 communion tokens that are of national importance. Many of them are from overseas and the oldest dates back to early seventeenth century.
Enjoy a walk in the newly created garden, with its seventeenth century well, or visit the gift shop where you can buy local crafts, children’s novelties and souvenirs.
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