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Tolbooth Museum, Stonehaven Harbour, Aberdeenshire AB39 2JU 07512 466329

Stonehaven Tolbooth

Museum DisplayContinuing our policy of refreshing/improving our current displays we are pleased to report that the fishing section in the museum has been augmented with the purchase of navigational equipment that was in extensive use prior to the introduction of the satellite GPS sysytem. We have acquired a Decca Navigator Mk 21 display unit from a source in the south of England. The Decca system was developed during WW2 and became, along with LORAN, the primary navigational tool for fishermen in the North...

Virtual TourWe recently had a visit from Darren Wright who specialises in creating virtual tours of various local buildings and the results of his efforts can be seen on our Virtual Tour page. Have a look to discover what the museum can offer and then pay us a visit to see the artefacts in greater detail. We are grateful to Darren for his photographic skills and permission to show the images.
Ghoulish Going-onsOnce again we have had pleasure in hosting AfterDark Paranormal Investigations for another night at the Tolbooth museum. As you will see from the attached report the company had an excellent night and appeared to have enjoyed themselves immensely. The museum was only too pleased to aid them in their investigations.Below is a small extract from the full report,The investigation began in the area of the building which the shop is within. Everyone stood round the glass display cases and in...

Chief Exec VisitWillie Munro, Cressida Coates (Chair of Tolbooth Association) and Colin Mackenzie at Tolbooth entranceOn Tuesday 23rd July Mr Colin Mackenzie, the Chief Executive of Aberdeenshire Council, undertook a tour of the Stonehaven area and had requested that the Tolbooth museum should be included in his itinerary. Cressida Coates, George Strang, Jim Bruce and Ian Balgowan (all Trustees of the Tolbooth Association) were delighted to welcome Messrs Mackenzie and Munro (Area Manager Kincardineshire...

The CrankIn 1984 the prison cells at Stonehaven police station were refurbished and at least two punishment wheels, also called a Crank, were discovered. One was renovated by Raymond Penney at Mackie Academy and then returned to the police station where it has been stored in the boiler room for the last 25 years. However, this month Grampian Police kindly donated the wheel to the Tolbooth Museum.The image shows the Crank in situ at Stonehaven police station - it was attached to the wall and it was...

Opening Hours

Free Admission - Everyone Welcome

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday 12:30 - 15:30
Sunday 12:30 - 15:30

Sorry We Are Closed

Picture Gallery

Take a Virtual Tour

Volunteers Wanted

Donations Welcome

Stonehaven Tolbooth

Stonehaven Tolbooth Association
Old Pier, Stonehaven Harbour,
Aberdeenshire,
AB39 2JU. UK
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Phone: (mob) 07512 466329 (Opening hours only)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stonehaventolbooth
OSCR Charity: SC043279
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