Museums in East Lothian
Dunbar Town House
The historic Dunbar Town House, built towards the end of the 16th century, contains what is considered Scotland's oldest functioning Council Chamber.
Spanning a history of more than 400 years, the building has recently been given a 21st century refurbishment and is now open to the public, complete with a brand new museum and gallery exhibition space managed by the Museums Service.
Dunbar and District History Society are based within the building. they run an exhibition space as well as a local history search room.
On the upper floors there is now a community room, available to council and community groups for meetings and events, in addition to the Council Chambers, which can be booked for meetings, civil marriages and other functions.
Monday – Sunday, 1pm - 5pm (April to September)
Dunbar Town House Museum and Gallery
High Street, Dunbar
Telephone: 01368 866030
Full access information is available here (external site)