April – October
Mon– Sat, 10am – 5pm
Children (under 16) FREE
About Grantown Museum and Heritage Trust
The campanile was built in 2006 to house the restored town bell and stands outside Burnfield House
At Grantown Museum we pride ourselves in offering a warm welcome to our visitors. Our friendly team consists of a professional manager/curator and a group of dedicated volunteers.
The atmosphere is very informal. Visitors are positively encouraged to spend as long as they wish on their visit. Volunteers are always on-hand and willing to help with any queries.
Grantown Museum is owned by a charitable trust. The Trust has over 200 members who help the museum through annual subscriptions, organising fundraising events and volunteering for front of house duties.
Burnfield House, home of the museum, was purchased in 1995 for £150,000, raised entirely from private sources. A further £300,000 was raised, with help from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The museum is a major community initiative and remains an ongoing community project.
We officially opened our doors to the public in April 1999.