We have a range of temporary exhibitions which take place across our museums. All our exhibitions are free to visit, although donations are welcome.
My Boyhood and Youth
Friday, 12 April - Sunday, 29 December
Celebrating the centenary of the publication of the Story of My Boyhood and Youth by John Muir. This exhibition explores John’s childhood in the mid 1800s. There are lots of hands on activities and contributions by several local groups throughout the year.
Forever and Ever by Polarcap
Saturday, 18 May to Thursday, 20 June
What is now and what has always been? An exhibition of contemporary art that addresses historical and contemporary relationships between humans and other animals.
Haddington Camera Club – the first 60 years
Saturday, 18 May – Sunday, 12 June
An exhibition of photographs by members using a wide range of techniques. Founded in 1952 by nine local men, membership has grown to over sixty. The club encourages members of whatever level of expertise to improve their image making.
Unseen Images of 1900's Musselburgh
Thursday, 4 April - Wednesday, 31 July
Musselburgh Museum presents an exhibition of Musselburgh photographs through the last century, including the work of the celebrated Musselburgh photographers Arnold Grier and John T Knight.