Current displays include:
- People and Place, in the Main Gallery – the last 1000 years in Moray.
- Our Recognised (by the Scottish Government as of special significance) collection of local
- fossil fish, and reptiles, including early dinosaurs.
- The Birnie Hoard of Roman silver coins and other artefacts from over ten years of excavation
- by Dr Fraser Hunter (National Museums Scotland) and team.
- Pictish stones from Kinneddar (some 30 examples) and Burghead bulls.
- Archaeological artefacts from the time of the earliest farmers in Moray.
- Victorian Moray
- A changing exhibition of artwork by local artists.
We also welcome:
- Prearranged visits by school and special interest groups
- Enquiries about use of the Museum as a venue for marriages, events or corporate receptions.
- Enquiries about hire of the adjacent hall for meetings or activities.
- New members to The Moray Society that owns and manages Elgin Museum
- New volunteers to help with front of house and behind the scenes.
- Wheelchair access is limited to the ground floor (where most of the exhibits are).
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