The museum tells the story of East Lothian from its earliest people to today, through displays, interactives, art pieces and a film. Families can enjoy dressing up, toys from the past, games, and even a smelly wall! The museum is located upstairs on the 1st floor in the Centre.
The museum tells the story of John Muir, who was born in Dunbar, who went on to set up America's National Parks and changed the way people viewed the environment. Over three floors, the building tells John's story through displays, touch-screen computers, a film and objects. On the top floor, families can enjoy the book corner and read stories about John.
Saturday and Sunday afternoons only courtesy of Dunbar and District History Society