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Meffan Museum and Art Gallery

20 West High Street, Forfar DD8 1BB, Scotland
+44 1307 476482
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Interesting

Really well laid out museum. Not too sure about the art instillation but standing stone, bridal... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
herries2116
New Exhibition On till the 27th.

There's a worthy and well-worth- a-gouk new exhibition on the ample and talented work of a solo... read more

Reviewed 16 May 2017
Angus E
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Kirriemuir, United Kingdom
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  • Average4%
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“local history” (6 reviews)
“regular basis” (3 reviews)
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20 West High Street, Forfar DD8 1BB, Scotland
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Really well laid out museum. Not too sure about the art instillation but standing stone, bridal exhibits and shops were great

Thank herries2116
Reviewed 16 May 2017 via mobile

There's a worthy and well-worth- a-gouk new exhibition on the ample and talented work of a solo artist, Kate Steenhauer, in this lovely wee museum and gallery tucked in aff the West High Street in the County Toon o' Angus. Mostly dark and figurative/industrial subject...More

Thank Angus E
Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

The meffan is a small museum and gallery located in Forfar , it's central to the town and has no parking of it's own but the town itself has an abundance of free parking near by. The gallery wasn't really of interest to my ten...More

Thank stephaniejane1986
Reviewed 11 February 2017 via mobile

I do not live in Forfar, but I was born in Angus's County Town. The Meffan Institute, which is now the town's only Museum and Art Gallery, is nonetheless a place I have always kept an eye on ... visiting it and giving time to...More

1  Thank Angus E
Reviewed 18 January 2017

I pop in here on a regular basis. Always have something new and interesting on view. Good if you want an insight into Forfar and District. Local artis work also on show

Thank Charlie03041952
Reviewed 22 October 2016

Visited to see the new temporary exhibition. Amazing body of work. Very thought provoking and interesting. Rest of displays are very good although they are looking a bit dated and tired. Staff excellent and very friendly

Thank Kevin B
Reviewed 25 September 2016

It's a local wee museum- but well worth a visit - local culture. And historic artefacts - ever changing displays - a delightful museum and very friendly, helpful staff So if you have time .... get along to this place

1  Thank Budgetglobetrotters
Reviewed 23 August 2016

Exhibitions change periodically and worth keeping a check what is on as often things of local interest

Thank Cilia T
Reviewed 18 August 2016

Staff are always polite and helpful. The Pictish sculpted stones display is interesting. The re-created street scene brings a special historical atmosphere.

Thank spiritoftheunicorn
Reviewed 24 June 2016

Great little local museum, free, with many fascinating artefacts, ranging from Pictish stones to the infamous witch trials of the area, all the way to local Forfar man Peter Reid and his world famous Rock, which made his fortune. I'd never heard of this world...More

Thank StuK72
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